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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
Disc Makers Announces Huge Price Drops on Reflex DVD Duplicators


Prices cut up to $300 on the award-winning line of 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R tower duplicators

Disc Makers, a leading manufacturer of CD and DVD duplication hardware, announces that prices for their popular Reflex DVD tower duplicators have been reduced significantly to make them more affordable for smaller recording, production, and post-production studios, as well as churches, offices, and schools.

The new prices include?

ReflexMax1 one-drive 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R - $390 (was $490)
ReflexMax4 - four-drive 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R - $990 (was $1,290)
ReflexMax7 - seven-drive 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R - $1,490 (was $1,790)
ReflexUltra - seven-drive 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R - $1,090 (was $1,290)

Note: ReflexMax duplicators write to all brands of media. ReflexUltra duplicators are optimized to burn only Disc Makers Ultra discs which produce virtually no rejects during production. Both the ReflexMax and ReflexUltra will read masters recorded on any brand of media.

Designed for exceptional performance, reliability, and blazingly fast throughput, Disc Makers? ReflexMax and ReflexUltra tower duplicators are built with industry leading Plextor 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R dual-layer drives, strategically-placed cooling vents on the front and side panels, and a system of powerful cooling fans inside to keep drive temperatures as much as 30 degrees cooler than other units. This prevents drives from overheating and shutting down. An optional USB connection package is available for only $99 for PC and $139 for Mac that allows users to send content directly from their computer to the Reflex duplicator.

Reflex 52x CD-R duplicators are also available and start at just $279


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