Disk Makers ReflexBlu Blu-Ray Tower Duplicators

Posted: Mar 2 2007, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:09am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Disk Makers ReflexBlu Blu-Ray Tower Duplicators
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Disc Makers, a manufacturer of CD and DVD duplicators, launches its first Blu-Ray compatible tower duplicators, the ReflexBlu2 and ReflexBlu4.

So if you need to do start a small distribution of your legal content on blu-ray these machines save you some time.
The ReflexBlu2 has a throughput capacity (duplication capacity) of 2 full BD-Rs per hour, 4 full DVD-Rs per hour, and 7 full CD-Rs per hour.

The ReflexBlu4 has a throughput capacity of 4 full BD-Rs per hour, 8 full DVD-Rs per hour, and 14 full CD-Rs per hour.

Each unit also includes a disc creation software suite.
The USB connectivity allowing access to one drive for mastering and playback, and a 250GB hard drive that can store up to 9 full BD images.
The ReflexBlu2 sells for $2,999 and the The ReflexBlu4 is priced at $4,999.
More details about the Disk Makers Blu-ray disc duplicators can be found on their site.

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