Microboards QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator

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Microboards QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator
Key Features
  • 1:3 Duplication
  • Standalone Operation
  • LCD Display & Control Panel
The QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator from Microboards is a DVD and CD duplicator that supports standalone operation. A USB 2.0 port is present on the unit, but only communicates with one of the device's DVD burners. The duplicator is perfect for any user requiring easy copying of audio, video or data DVDs or CDs. PrassiTech Zulu 2 disc mastering software is included.
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Microboards QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator

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QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Standalone Operation
  • 3USB 2.0 Connection
  • 424x DVD, 48x CD Speed
  • 5500GB Hard Drive Option

The QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator from Microboards is a DVD and CD duplicator that supports standalone operation. A USB 2.0 port is present on the unit, but only communicates with one of the device's DVD burners. The duplicator is perfect for any user requiring easy copying of audio, video or data DVDs or CDs. PrassiTech Zulu 2 disc mastering software is included.

No hard drive is required, since the duplication process is on an as-you-go basis. However, you do have the option of installing an optional 500GB drive for disc image storage. The LCD screen provides the user with the status of the recording process, minimizing the number of faulty discs. With user-friendly, one-button operation and a sleek design, this duplicator is perfect for any environment.

Standalone Operation

The tower can act as a standalone burner. Simply insert the CD you wish to copy from in the top drive and burn up to 3 copies simultaneously with the press of a button.

USB 2.0 Connection

The tower also includes a USB 2.0 port for computer control. You'll only be able to burn to a single drive via this method. This allows you to create the master disc from a computer source and then duplicate from the master via standalone operation.

24x DVD, 48x CD Speed

The burners record DVD-R discs at 24x speed and CD-R discs at 48x speed. This lets you burn a set of discs in a matter of minutes. This is great for anyone who has a large quantity of discs to duplicate.

500GB Hard Drive Option

You have the option of installing a 500GB hard drive into the unit. This drive can be used to store frequently-used disc images.

QD-DVD-123 24x/48x Standalone 1:3 DVD/CD Duplicator Specs

General
Duplicator
Number of Targets2
Data SourceStandalone or USB 2.0
Disk Capacity1x Read
3x Write
Supported Optical DiscsCD-R, CD-RW, DL DVD±R, DVD±R, DVD±RW
Drive Configurations24x DVD-R with 48x CD-R support
Disk Loading MethodManual
Read SpeedCD: 48x
DVD: 16x
Duplication (Write) SpeedCD-R: 48x
DVD-R: 24x
Max Write Speed24x DVD-R
48x CD-R
Recordable FormatsCD-DA (Red Book), CD-ROM Modes 1 & 2, ISO 9660, Photo CD, CD-Extra, Mixed Mode, Video CD, Hybrid CD, HFS, CD+G (karaoke), DVD Video, DVD-ROM, DVD Dual Layer
Max Read Speed16x DVD
48x CD
Disc TypesCD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL
Standalone OperationYes
PrintingNo
Connections1 x USB 2.0
InterfaceStandalone Operation or USB 2.0 connection to computer
Connectors1x USB 2.0
General
Compliant StandardsNone
Power RequirementsAC: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Environmental RequirementsOperating
Temperature: 50-104°F (10-40°C)
Humidity: 20-80%
Dimensions (WxHxD)7.5 x 10.5 x 17" (19.1 x 26.7 x 43.2cm)
Weight21 lb / 9.5 kg
Electrical
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Environmental
Operating Temperature50 to 104°F / 10 to 40°C
Operating Humidity20 to 80%
Physical
Dimensions7.5 x 10.5 x 17" / 19.1 x 26.7 x 43.2 cm
Weight21 lb / 9.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight23.5 lb
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