Archive for May, 2009
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When comparing different duplication towers, it is common for buyers to overlook the size of the hard drive and buffer memory. Many people are not sure why some duplicators have hard drives, or what they could be used for. Most customers also have no idea about buffer memory. So why do some towers come with hard drives while others do not and what will the increased buffer memory do for you?
The short answer is: performance. A DVD/CD tower with a hard drive will offer greater versatility than a tower without one. With a hard drive equipped duplicator, you can store entire copies of your original master discs for future use. The hard drive is also able to provide a constant stream of data to the burners, thanks to its over sized cache memory resulting in fewer errors. Buffer Memory is one of the key elements for a duplicator. It provides some cushion for the controller to synchronize between the fastest and slowest drive. The amount of data a drive can store for quick, temporary access. The larger the buffer size, the more constant flow of data reducing the risk of buffer underrun errors.
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Taiyo Yuden Recordable Media Now JVC Brand
World CD/DVD media leader Taiyo Yuden, inventor of the CD-R, will soon be known as JVC.
Expect the same great, high-quality CD and DVD recordable media, only with a different name.
Taiyo Yuden manufactured DVD and CD recordable media will now be sold under the JVC brand name. Taiyo Yuden, known in the professional CD/DVD market for having the widest playback and recording compatibility and the lowest error rate of any optical media available, announced the change in March.
“This strategy will enable a product that is already known as the premium disc in the market to be adopted by media users who are looking for a reliable brand to purchase,” says Mike Laven, Microboards’ Vice President of Sales. “With the maturation of the optical media market, media users are becoming more discerning when it comes to the quality of media that they used to store their priceless family photographs and recordings.” The brand name change will not affect media availability. There will be a seamless transition from the old Taiyo Yuden packaging to the new JVC packaging. “The only difference will be the name on the box and the part number,” reports Laven. “We want the change to be pain-free for our current
Available DVD/CD types will not change, and include white and silver inkjet and thermal printable media, standard silver lacquer, and WaterShield. “In addition, we hope to be announcing several new offerings
over the next year,” says Laven.
The product is being managed by a new company, JVC Advanced Media U.S.A., which is a joint venture between Victor Company of Japan and Taiyo Yuden. Questions or further information regarding the transition can be directed to 800.269.0282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.