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Sony 400 disc Blu-Ray (CX7000ES) cml file
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Post 1 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 11:40
jimstolz76
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Working on one right now.  Here are the codes (with discrete power)

[Link: dl.dropbox.com]
Post 2 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 14:41
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note if you want to select discs by slot number, you have to use RS232: there are some neat integration programs that connect to the serial port (such as My Movies 3.xx)

serial port requires a null adapter: turn serial port on in menu

link to RS232 codes:

[Link: avsforum.com]
Post 3 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 16:06
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What are the additional control differences between the (BDP-CX7000ES) RS-232 and (BDP-CX960) IR control?

I have a client that is buying the BDP-CX960, I plan on taking it apart to embed the IR emitter. If I will be missing many control features I'd like to warn him before the project begins.
OP | Post 4 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 16:32
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On December 28, 2009 at 16:06, davenport said...
What are the additional control differences between the (BDP-CX7000ES) RS-232 and (BDP-CX960) IR control?

I have a client that is buying the BDP-CX960, I plan on taking it apart to embed the IR emitter. If I will be missing many control features I'd like to warn him before the project begins.

I'm curious about this as well.  We got a CX7000ES for the office and the boss got a CX960 for his house.  (could only get one of each SKU at our opening order discount...)
Post 5 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 20:47
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 I did a 7000 about a month ago and used the Control-S input on the back, Does the 960 have a control-s on the back?? if so it would save you opening it up for the emitter

I have the 7000 file in all 3 code sets in a .cml file as well
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Post 6 made on Monday December 28, 2009 at 22:24
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On December 28, 2009 at 20:47, Glackowitz said...
I did a 7000 about a month ago and used the Control-S input on the back, Does the 960 have a control-s on the back?? if so it would save you opening it up for the emitter

I have the 7000 file in all 3 code sets in a .cml file as well

There's not an IR input on the BDP-CX960.

BDP-CX7000ES


BDP-CX960


If you compare the two models at sonystyle.com only the BDP-CX7000ES includes "Hi-Quality A/V Parts."
Post 7 made on Tuesday December 29, 2009 at 09:29
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 Bummer, I hadn't seen the 960 yet, Wow what a difference in the connections, I guess you get half the stuff for 1/3rd the price

It looks like your opening it up
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Post 8 made on Wednesday December 30, 2009 at 07:08
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another difference is the 7000ES can potentially be controlled over ethernet, although I have not seen any programs for it yet: there was a recent firmware update that supposedly allows for this

UPDATE_BDPCX7000ES_VER013.EXE

Size :45.19 MB



not sure if the 960 will have the same capability
Post 9 made on Wednesday December 30, 2009 at 12:48
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On December 30, 2009 at 07:08, markrubin said...
another difference is the 7000ES can potentially be controlled over ethernet, although I have not seen any programs for it yet: there was a recent firmware update that supposedly allows for this

UPDATE_BDPCX7000ES_VER013.EXE

Size :45.19 MB

not sure if the 960 will have the same capability

Does this mean that there will be a web interface that the T3-V could access?
OP | Post 10 made on Wednesday December 30, 2009 at 16:30
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On December 28, 2009 at 22:24, davenport said...
If you compare the two models at sonystyle.com only the BDP-CX7000ES includes "Hi-Quality A/V Parts."

That cracks me up about their "compare" listings on their site.  I recently went through a BUNCH of their stuff and was trying to track down all the differences.  When you compare the ES stuff to the non-ES stuff there is a check box under "Build Quality" that is unchecked for the non-ES stuff. 

Q:  What's the difference between the $1500 blu-ray player and the $300 one?
A:  The $300 one has no Build Quality.  Sorry.

lol
Post 11 made on Saturday January 2, 2010 at 06:41
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On December 30, 2009 at 12:48, davenport said...
Does this mean that there will be a web interface that the T3-V could access?

perhaps

There is a lot of interest in integration of this changer

the serial port gives you almost everything you need for 2 way control...not sure what the ethernet port can add

hoping that RTI is busy writing 2 way drivers for it!
Post 12 made on Wednesday October 24, 2018 at 19:42
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Can someone kindly send me the ir hex codes for the BDP-CX7000es, please?

[email protected]

Thanks,

--J


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