Disc Makers has reduced prices on their industry-leading Elite Series automated duplication systems, with discounts ranging from $300 to $1,000 per system.
“It’s now possible to purchase a two-drive CD Elite that can automatically duplicate and print 30 CDs an hour for under $3,000—what it used to cost to buy a one-drive duplicator,” says Tony van Veen, Disk Makers’ vice president of sales and marketing. “That gives any small business, independent studio or musician an incredible amount of flexibility and duplicating power.”
Elite Series duplicators are available as units that attach to a customer’s PC or Mac, or as a unique ElitePro version that includes a built-in PC, and comes with monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Two- and four-drive versions are available. Each unit comes with an industry-leading two-year warranty on automation, free lifetime tech support, and 100 free CD-Rs.
As of October 1, MSRPs are as follows: Elite2 CD-R, $2,990; Elite2Pro CD-R, $3,990; Elite4 CD-R, $4,999; Elite4Pro CD-R, $5,990; Elite2 DVD-R, $3,590; Elite2Pro DVD-R, $4,590; Elite4 DVD-R, $5,990; Elite4Pro DVD-R, $6,990.
For more information on Disk Makers Elite, visit www.discmakers.com/duplicators.