Introducing the Reflex Daisy Chain – Control 100s of Duplication Towers With a Single Source
Scalable, high-speed DVD/CD Duplicators provide music studios, video production houses, and archival departments with added flexibility for projects of all sizes.
February 10, 2009, (Pennsauken, NJ) — Disc Makers, the nation's leading manufacturer of CD and DVD duplicators and printers, is proud to introduce the new Reflex Daisy Chain Series of duplicators. The Reflex Daisy Chain Series offers all the capabilities and quality of the standard Reflex series with the added ability to connect up to hundreds of towers together — all operated by a single source.
Reflex towers integrate industrial-grade DVD/CD burner drives — built for the most demanding production environments, and each includes a beefy 320GB hard drive that stores up to 63 full size DVD images. The 7-drive units have a throughput of 56 DVDs or 105 CDs per hour, while the 10-drive units can turn out 80 DVDs or 150 CDs per hour. The Daisy Chain Series allows users to mix 7- and 10-drive models, and because the duplicators are not drive dependent, users can add additional units when the need arises.
"A 10-drive duplicator may meet you needs today, but what about a year from now, or even five years from now?", asks Tony van Veen, President of Disc Makers. "This is an affordable solution for businesses to continually increase their duplication throughput, and the daisy chain technology eliminates the need to add additional staff to man the added duplicators."
Another key advantage of the Reflex Daisy Chain Series is the flexibility to quickly configure the duplicators to work together or independently dependant upon project needs. For example, ten Reflex 10 Daisy Chain towers could be used for 10 independent jobs of 100, or configured to do one large run of 1000. The flexibility created in just a few key strokes is a powerful time saving tool.
Regardless of job type, whether used on their own or connected, all Reflex Daisy Chain Series units are completely standalone and provide exact digital copies of your CD and DVD master discs.
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About Disc Makers
In business since 1946, Disc Makers is the nation’s leading independent CD & DVD manufacturer, offering a wide variety of products and services, including state-of-the-art automated printers and duplication systems as well as complete CD & DVD duplication, CD & DVD replication, custom disc packaging, and vinyl record pressing for independent musicians, filmmakers, and businesses for the last 70 years. Disc Makers also offers a variety of additional services including download cards, posters, custom USB Flash drives, music distribution, in-house audio mastering and post production, DVD and CD-ROM multimedia authoring, award-winning graphic design, and their Blog, which offers free tools and professional advice from industry experts. Disc Makers’ main office and plant is located near Philadelphia in Pennsauken, NJ, and the company has regional offices in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Seattle, and Nashville.
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