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February 18, 2011 at 8:02 PM #48956AnonymousInactive
Anyone willing to share some advice on purchasing a DVD duplicator?
February 18, 2011 at 8:14 PM #200663EarlCMember
They’re not the cheapest, but are backed up strongly and very well made from Disc Makers. Also Reliant Digital, now Denver Disc, branded their duplicators Reliant Digital when I purchased mine years ago. The company is a good one and backs its products well. Neither brand of machines or company is the cheapest on the market but both delivery and support quality duplicators.
February 18, 2011 at 10:19 PM #200664YvonParticipant
Ipurchased from TigerDirect the case quality and power supply in was very good quality. I buy a 7 disk duplicator + 1 reader with hard drive. Duplicators are oem Plextor the main advantage if you burn a lot of DVD you have to change a disk unit, Plextor is sold by many suppliers. If you buy onesystem stay with something up to maximum 7 burners, 1 reader, 1 hard disk,NO USB card input it give nothing. Buy a complete systemmounted with a good controller.
When you have the system in operation:
1) Place on a good table at level (No vibration)
2) Clean area no dust
3) Use a good quality of DVD andburn it at slow speed. Activate the verification (auto check up after burning)
4 Not push too much on production.
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