Maxell DVD-R Broadcast Quality is ideal for professional capacity-intensive video projects, multimedia presentations, data transfer and long-term archival storage. The Maxell DVD-R Broadcast Quality media with MAXPRO Hardcoat Technology is 40 times more scratch-resistant and 20 times more dust resistant than standard discs and a shelf life of more than twice that of standard disc-based media.
The Maxell PI Plus Series Printable media and DVD-R Broadcast Quality media with MAXPRO Hardcoat Technology is one of the most compatible media formats ideal for use in both CD/DVD inkjet and thermal printers. Maxell is showcasing these printing capabilities at NAB with the Primera Bravo XRP Series disc publishing system, which delivers fast and efficient disc burning and printing. The DVD-R Plus series is available in 50-disc spindles with the following specifications to meet customer needs: Print-To-Center Inkjet White Matte, Print-To-Center Inkjet Silver Matte, Thermal Shiny Silver and Thermal Shiny White. In addition Maxell offers Non-print to center in Thermal Shiny Silver and Thermal White.
"Maxell's DVD-R Broadcast Quality products are performance based media designed for the rigorous challenges of the professional post-production environment," said Tony Petruzziello, director of sales for Maxell's Professional Media Products Division. "Customers that use Maxell DVD products get reliability from the media, but also make a statement about the value of their work."
The DVD-R Plus and DVD-R BQ discs are write-compatible with virtually any manufacturer's general-purpose DVD-R drives and recorders. After recording, the discs are read-compatible with DVD-ROM, DVD-Video and DVD recorders. Maxell will also be featuring DVD+R Double Layer, DVD-R Dual Layer, DVD Printable Photo Quality, DVD-R and DVD-RAM Camcorder products.