Disc Makers Launches First Line-Up of Blu-Ray Duplicators Stephen Fung March 2, 2007 Press Release New2 and 4-Drive Blu-Ray Towers allow users to duplicate Blu-Ray discs (BD-Rs), DVD-Rs, and CD-Rs all on one machine PENNSAUKEN, NJ – March 1st, 2007 – Disc Makers, a leading manufacturer of CD and DVD duplicators, today launches its first Blu-Ray compatible tower duplicators, the ReflexBlu2 and ReflexBlu4. The competitively priced ReflexBlu line gives users the ability to create, edit, and duplicate customized Blu-Ray discs (BD-Rs), DVD-Rs, and CD-Rs all in one piece of equipment. “The addition of these new duplicators gives Disc Makers customers the broadest range of manual duplicators available anywhere,” said Disc Makers President Tony van Veen. “If you need the high storage capability of Blu-Ray discs, our ReflexBlu duplicators are the most competitively-priced duplicators available.” Blu-Ray discs (BD-Rs) have five times more storage capacity than DVDs: Single layer BD-Rs hold up to 25GB and Dual Layer BD-Rs up to 50 GB. The ReflexBlu2 — priced at $2,999 — has a throughput capacity (duplication capacity) of 2 full BD-Rs per hour, 4 full DVD-Rs per hour, and 7 full CD-Rs per hour. The ReflexBlu4 — priced at $4,999 — has a throughput capacity of 4 full BD-Rs per hour, 8 full DVD-Rs per hour, and 14 full CD-Rs per hour. Each unit also includes a complete 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 9 full BD images. To learn more about Disc Makers’ complete line of hardware, visit www.discmakers.com/duplicators. About Disc Makers In business since 1946, Disc Makers is the nation’s leading independent media manufacturer, offering a wide variety of products and services, including state-of-the-art automated printers and duplicating systems as well as complete CD and DVD replication and custom packaging for independent musicians, filmmakers, and businesses. The company’s state-of-the-art facilities are outfitted with the latest graphic, printing, and CD/DVD replication equipment and products. Also included are in-house studios for mastering and post-production, DVD and CD-ROM multimedia authoring, and award-winning graphic design. The company also offers a variety of additional services including custom design, packaging, distribution and financing, and produces the Independent Music World Series, the nation’s largest showcase series for independent musicians. Disc Makers’ main office and plant is located near Philadelphia in Pennsauken, NJ, and the company has regional offices in Los Angeles, New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Seattle, and Puerto Rico. Share This With The World!