Best Duplicator

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#1

Looking for a good duplicator, What I have been doing for this charity, is burning one at time. Which takes forever, I need 60 or so each run. Sometimes. I would like to be able to burn and then light scribe them at almost the same time. Not sure what is the best way. Any ideas would be great.


#2

i have no experience with duplicators nor have i read up on them. however i do know that tigerdirect always have ads for them in their mailers.

maybe find some at tigerdirect and newegg. then look them up on google. i dont know just a thought.


#3

I ran across a couple companies on youtube.com the other day so try a search there. The ones i saw were using Plextors though and they are few and far between for the “real” ones now.


#4

Thanks Gents. I have been looking at Tiger D. and New E. They have them but its hard to figure what the good ones all. Because they all claim to be great! :slight_smile:
Not all of them have reviews:(


#5

This is what I ended up getting. I got the lightscribe added. Will let you know how it works. Going to try a run of 100 when I get it.
Reflex7


#6

[QUOTE=Budo7;2091070]This is what I ended up getting. I got the lightscribe added. Will let you know how it works. Going to try a run of 100 when I get it.
Reflex7[/QUOTE]kewls :cool: let us know please :slight_smile:


#7

Will let you know how it works. Going to try a run of 100 when I get it.

yes Kewl.

please tell us the media you are using and your method of quality testing.

troy


#8

If you have several burners you can use virtual machines to burn several discs at the same time. Let’s say you have 4 burners connected to your computer, You install 3 virtaul machines and assign one burner to each machine plus your real computer. You can Download VMware Server which has a free version and is very good. There is also another one called Virtual PC, but in my experience VMware Server is a faster virtual machine.

It Won’t be as good as a duplicator, but it is better than burning one at a time. And it’s free! (if you already have several burners)


#9

[QUOTE=Adina;2091385]If you have several burners you can use virtual machines to burn several discs at the same time. Let’s say you have 4 burners connected to your computer, You install 3 virtaul machines and assign one burner to each machine plus your real computer. You can Download VMware Server which has a free version and is very good. There is also another one called Virtual PC, but in my experience VMware Server is a faster virtual machine.

It Won’t be as good as a duplicator, but it is better than burning one at a time. And it’s free! (if you already have several burners)[/QUOTE]
Dang I knew I should have waited I got the machine today!:slight_smile: Going to set it up and see what happens.


#10

[QUOTE=Budo7;2092059]Dang I knew I should have waited I got the machine today!:slight_smile: Going to set it up and see what happens.[/QUOTE]I think you went the correct route. This will be better i think and report back please! :slight_smile: