The Japanese electronics firm announced that it was ceasing production on disc-based media players last September, and is now approaching the end of its existing stock, Asahi reports (via Engadget).
Sony's MZ1 MiniDisc player was the first device of its kind to hit the market back in 1992, meaning the storage medium has struggled through more than two decades.
However, the technology's market share began to rapidly decrease around 2000 thanks to the introduction of media-free music and video with devices such as Apple's iPod.
Sony discontinued its revolutionary Walkman cassette players some years ago and will ship out its final batch of tape recorder devices early this year.
Although the move marks the end of MiniDisc distribution, companies such as Onkyo will reportedly continue to make similar hardware for the time being.