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GENESIS 4K/UHD MOVIE SERVER

This latest Genesis unit has 4K output and can archive UHD discs.  It has 12TB of RAID storage and is the ultimate solution for those looking to archive their DVDs, Blu-ray or UHD discs.  For clients with existing systems or wanting to add more zones capable of 4K playback, we also have created a 4K Player/Loader.  This unit will be able to load UHD discs to a client's existing server or storage NAS as well as be a discrete source for playing back 4k movies.

 

Similar to the other EPIC servers, it can hold unlimited amounts of DVD’s or Blu-rays with the “Add Your Own Storage” option and is controlled by either existing IP drivers from major automation companies or simple IR remote control.  Each movie is captured ‘bit for bit’, ensuring you all the quality and material the studio intended.

 

The Genesis can support up to 6 additional players for a total of 7 discrete movies playing at one time
(2-3 4K sources at one time).

 

The clear choice for discerning movie aficionados!

FEATURES

 

  • Genesis 4K 12TB Server

      • 12TB RAID 5 storage

        • Archives DVD, BD & UHD disc

  • Supports up to 6 additional zone players

    • NOTE: up to 5 simultaneous 4k zones at one time

  • Built-in front disc loader

  • Ability to add your own storage

  • UHD, Blu-ray & DVD playback

  • New higher speed optical drive

  • EasyLoadTM for fast movie loading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch up to 7 different movies at once with the
addition of 6 players to the system

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

  • Dimensions: 3.5"H x 17"W x 18.5"D

    • 2U, includes rackears

  • Weight: 25 lbs

  • Operating temperature: 45°F-85°F

  • Electrical: 100-240V, 50/60Hz

  • Connectors: RJ45 Ethernet, Power, HDMI, USB

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TOO MANY MOVIES?

 

Find out how Fusion has the most affordable way to expand your storage in the industry!

 

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