Octave Systems releases new Copy Master II duplicator

from an Octave Systems press release

Campbell, Calif. Octave Systems, Inc., a leading technology innovator, recently introduced the Copy Master II Supreme Robotic to its line of high volume, competitively priced DVD/CD duplicators The Supreme offers all the exceptional abilities of the companys renowned Copy Master II Robotic series, with the added benefit of a more modular design that will hold up to the pressures of a high volume, 24/7 commercial work environment.

The Copy Master II Supreme Robotic is an auto loading duplicator with a 1000 disc capacity and configurations of 4, 6, or 8 drives to maximize disc production. The stand-alone design requires no PC for operation, while improved, modular construction provides easy access for hardware upgrades or routine maintenance.

A Plextor 760A high speed DVD-R/RW/CD-R/RW drive enables the Supreme to record to DVD-R, DVD-RW, +R and +RW discs with ease. It also works with dual layer discs, increasing the capacity of a disc from 4.7 to 8.5 gigabytes for even more storage space.

Multi-Master Recognition Technology (MMRT) enables the Supreme to load more than one master at once, to run multiple duplication jobs in succession, to process discs continuously without the need to load and reload, and even complete an overnight task unattended.

"When your business or organization requires the best in continuous duplication, the Copy Master II Supreme Robotic is the answer," said Paul Avery, marketing manager, Octave Systems. "This unit is the most robust in our line of auto loaders, and has been designed to perform under the most grueling, non-stop duplication conditions. With its more modular design, any upgrades, modifications, or repairs can be performed quickly and easily so that the unit is back in production with minimal downtime."

The Copy Master II Supreme Pro Robotic also features the largest buffer memory in the industry (128 MB); a 160 GB hard drive; auto DVD format conversion; password protection for different users; hard disk drive partition naming; multiple language displays; future drive upgrades; upgradeable DVD drive firmware; enhanced firmware in the controller that speeds duplication; and an auto counter that keeps running totals of successful copies. A revamped robotic arm and spindles that never need to be realigned ensures that the autoloader will provide years of faithful continuous operation.

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