Disc Makers Announces Dramatic Price Drop for Elite Series Duplicators
Posted Oct 5, 2004

Disc Makers has announced another round of dramatic price reductions on their Elite Series automated duplication systems. The price reductions (ranging from $300 to $1,000 per system) further open the doors to many corporations, agencies, smaller recording studios, production houses, churches, small businesses, and even home recording musicians to duplicate and print their own CD and DVD projects.

Elite Series duplicators are available as units that attach to a customer's PC or Mac, or as an ElitePro version that includes a built-in PC, and comes with monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Two- and four-drive versions are available. Each unit comes with a two-year warranty on automation, free lifetime tech support, and 100 free CD-Rs.

The Elite Series uses Plextor drives that are media compatible and offer fast disc production and the low reject rates. The Elite duplication system offers you a choice of the 52X CD-R drives or 8X DVD±R/48x CD-R drives.

The MacElite can connect directly to a Mac, and the standalone ElitePro is available with a built-in PC, including a monitor, keyboard, and mouse. The PC is preloaded with Windows XP Pro, Padus DiscJuggler recording software, and Discus label design software, so you can start duplicating right out of the box. Padus DiscJuggler is designed to simplify data, audio, and video CD and DVD duplication. DiscJuggler allows a remote user to send work to the Elite from any computer on your network. The interface is perfect for both duplicator novices and experts. Includes free software updates for one year.

A full breakdown of the new pricing for the DiscMakers duplicators is available on the company's Web site.