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Issue: Tuesday, April 17, 2007


LAS VEGAS - Pennsauken, NJ-based Disc Makers is at NAB with its new Medley automated DVD/CD publisher. The low-cost and easy-to-use automated disc printing and burning system is contained in a small footprints and can burn and print up to 50 discs at one time. Medley is capable of ripping music from CDs to a computer's hard drive.
Disc Makers ( is also showing its newly- launched ReflexBlu line of Blu-Ray compatible tower duplicators that allow users to create, edit, and duplicate Blu-Ray discs (BD-Rs), DVD-Rs and CD-Rs.  A single layer BD-Rs hold up to 25GBs, while a Dual Layer BD-R can hold up to 50GBs.  

The new ReflexBlu2 has a duplication capacity of two full BD-Rs/hour, four DVD-Rs/hour, and seven CD-Rs/hour.  The unit is priced at $2,999.

The ReflexBlu4 is priced at $4,999 and can produce 4 BD-Rs/hour, eight DVD-Rs/hour, and 14 CD-Rs/hour.  Each unit also includes a disc creation software suite; USB connectivity, allowing access to one drive for mastering and playback; and a 250GB hard drive that can store up to nine full BD images.

The Blackjack, a  21-drive manual duplicator for large scale production houses, is also on display.