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If you're not techy enough, chances are you have not heard of a CD duplicator equipment before. Nope, these are not the disc burners that you have installed in your PC. Blank media and CD / DVD duplicator equipment have several distinctions and many advantages over the regular burners that you have. To get to know how this works, here's a quick overview.
Also called disc duplication towers or copy towers, these units are a kind of scanning equipment which transfers info and data from one CD or DVD onto another, with the use of laser technology. Although their function is similar to CD or DVD burners, duplicators can create many CD copies at the same time. It's a more efficient solution, especially if you are copying huge amounts of data. Companies and individuals who need to make DVDs or CDs in bulk make use of these disc duplication towers. For many businesses, these are handy when backing up or storing their data.
You can find many duplicators as stand-alone devices. These can be directly plugged on a PC. The great thing about these is you will not need to install any kind of software. When creating DVD or CD copies, the disc duplication tower scans the master DVD or CD first, getting the original info on it. This content (wherever audio, video or data) is then placed in the unit's memory and then transferred onto blank CDs or DVDs. The duplicators can duplicate from 3 to 20 CDs at one time, depending on the number of disc drives available. The speed depends on what media or file you're copying, but the average time is 2-4 minutes for a CD and 5-8 minutes for a DVD.
The most efficient disc duplication towers uses a glass mastering manufacturing procedure for very accurate duplicates. This create an exact duplicate of the master copy, and also protects the newly-created CDs from small contaminants, such as hair, dust and pollen. The duplicated DVDs and CDs are also less prone to scratches, allowing easier handling. There are also units which imprint the CD or DVD label on the disc directly. That's one less thing you can worry about.
Before picking out a duplicator, consider the recorder speed, the amount of recorders in it, as well as the source and disc capacity. Many blank media and CD / DVD duplicator equipment work great with blu-ray discs, DVD + R, DVD -R, but the copies may not work on players that are made before the year 2000.
Also, make sure the DVDs or CDs you're duplicating are not copyrighted. Otherwise the disc duplication towers will not copy them.
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