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Tuesday, December 21, 2004
TEAC America Introduces Standalone CD-R Duplicators


TEAC has announced the launch of its full line of 1:1, 1:3 and 1:7 CD-R duplicators.

TEAC's new line of 1x1, 1x3 and 1x7 CD-R duplicators are standalone disc-to-disc CD-R duplication systems requiring no PC connection. With the numerous menu commands and optional hard disk drive, TEAC's 1x3 and 1x7 Tower Duplicators are designed to meet production-level duplication requirements. TEAC duplicators offer duplication at 52X speeds.

TEAC 1:1 CD-R Duplicator, CDW/D11A/KIT is currently available through TEAC America's Distribution partners. TEAC 1:3 CD-R Duplicator without Hard Drive, CDW/D13A/KIT, TEAC 1:3 CD-R Duplicator with 80GB Hard Drive, CDW/D13A/KIT/H, TEAC 1:7 CD-R Duplicator without Hard Drive, CDW/D17A/KIT and TEAC 1:7 CD-R Duplicator with 80GB Hard Drive, CDW/D17A/KIT/H will be available through TEAC America's Distribution partners from February 1, 2005.

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