Disc Makers Introduces New and Enhanced Line of DVD/CD Duplicators
Posted Feb 28, 2006

Disc Makers has bolstered its Reflex tower-duplicator lineup with the addition of two brand-new models: the versatile 2-drive Reflex2 and powerful 10-drive Reflex 10. All the popular Reflex systems have been re-engineered with new state-of-the-art NED 16xDVD/48x CD writers, an all-new controller that offers a large 128MB buffer plus flexible features such as ability to rename files stored within the hard disk and separate user accounts with password protection.

While the Reflex machines grow in performance and features, Disc Makers continues to push prices down. Disc Makers announces new Reflex price cuts throughout the lineup, now starting at $299 for the Reflex 1.

The enhanced Reflex duplicator line now features duplicators with one, two, four, seven, and ten drives, and duplicate up to 80 DVDs or 150 CDs per hour. The new units are shipping now and start at just $549 for the all-new 2-drive Reflex2, and $1,290 for the 10-drive Reflex 10. All Reflex duplicators provide an affordable and efficient solution for a complete standalone manual duplication experience.

The re-engineered Reflex duplicators include the following:

To learn more about Disc Makers' complete line of duplication hardware, visit www.discmakers.com/duplicators.