Produplicator 1-15 Blu-ray CD/ DVD/ BD SATA Duplicator Copier CONTROLLER + Cables Screws & Manual Optical Drive
Product ID : 30879508
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1 To 15
3 Years Labor, 1 Year Parts Warranty And Lifetime Technical Support.
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Supports 64-bit DDR2 SDRAM buffer memory ranging from 128 to 512MB
Supports all major disc formats of CD/DVD/Blu-ray/BDXL
Supports high speed 12x Blu-ray, 24x DVD, and 52x CD duplication
Stand alone, no PC or additional software required
Impeccable High Speed Produplicator SATA Blu-ray/CD/DVD duplicator controller is the first one to support up to 512MB, 64-bit DDR2 buffer memory which is 4 times of the speed of SDRAM. High and stable transmission can reduce the copy failure rate and increase the productivity. The SATA controllers include Blu-ray, DVD, CD duplication. The fastest bit-for-bit hardware compare function guarantees the data copy's accuracy. While supporting from 4 targets to 15 targets, the memory buffer is available up to 512MB for selection on particular models. Sufficient buffering can increase the stability of the duplication which leads to a higher quality of disc duplication. Multi-Function Blu-ray Disc Duplicator The functions of Blu-Ray, DVD, CD duplication are all included in one SATA controller. Copy + Compare It is strongly suggested to use Copy + Compare to achieve a perfect duplication. High-Speed Duplicator with DDR2 Memory Blu-ray/CD/DVD duplicator controller is the first one to support 64-bit DDR2 buffer memory, which is 4 times faster than SDRAM. High-speed and stable transmission can reduce the error rate and increase productivity. High Compatibility Duplicator controller offers high compatibility that supports most major optical drives. This advantage allows you to apply the drives with the most economic solution. 512MB Buffer Available Supporting from 4 targets to 15 targets drives, the memory buffer is optionally available for up to 512MB on particular models. Sufficient buffer can increase the operational stability, which leads to lower error rate of disc duplication.