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The Sony PSX was a Japan-only DVR with an integrated PlayStation 2 released in December 2003. It came with either 160GB or 250GB storage which, dependant on quality settings, could hold between 33 and 204 hours of video. It also had an optical drive for burning media to DVD. The PSX was the first Sony product to use the XMB interface now prevalent across many Sony products.


  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Dec. 13, 2003


  • Width: 12.32 inches
  • Depth: 12.71 inches
  • Height: 3.46 inches
  • Weight: 12.79 pounds
  • Color: White


  • Supported disc format(s): CD, CD-R, DVD, DVD±RW

Optical Drive

  • Audio decoding: Dolby Digital, DTS

Audio / Video

  • Internal storage: 160 GB, 250 GB
  • Supported external memory: Memory Stick

Storage / Data

  • S-Video input(s): 1
  • Composite video input(s): 1
  • Analog stereo input(s): 1

Input ports

  • Composite video output(s): 1
  • S-Video output(s): 1
  • Digital optical audio output(s): 1
  • Stereo analog audio output(s): 1

Output ports

  • Ethernet: 1
  • USB: 1


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