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    Default DVD Duplicators

    http://www.servercase.com/Merchant2/...ode=Duplicator

    7-DVD Standalone Duplicator Barebone (DVDR Drives excluded)

    Quantity in Basket:none
    Code: CK7091-DVD-IDE
    Price:$258.00

    Shipping Weight: 35.00 pounds



    1-to-7 IDE-type DVD Duplication Controller
    (Black, included in the Barebone)



    Totally Standalone system, NO PC or MONITOR NEEDED!
    Zinc plated 1.0mm thickness metal
    Two 8CM fans included
    1-to-7 IDE-type DVD 16X Duplication Controller included with all necessary IDE Cables
    Easy as 1-2-3 Installation instruction included, you only need to get your own DVD-ROM and DVD-RW's
    Must use 7 DVDRW's with the same BRAND, MODEL, and FIRMWARE to make it work!
    Note: Must use 8X media when using 8X DVDRW's with the 8X DVDR Controller!
    300-watt PS/2 UL/CSA power supply
    Dimensions: 18"(H) x 8"(W) x 18"(D)
    Plastic front panel is subject to change without prior notice!


    1-to-7 IDE-type DVD Duplication Controller Specifications:

    Ultimate design for 7 targets DVD duplication controller card.
    Two Ultra-DMA 66 IDE channels on-board to connect DVD-ROM reader (or hard drive) and DVD 16X writer up to 3 targets for 16X DVD writing.
    64B cache buffer on-board to reach max. reliability.
    Friendly user interface, easy understanding and operation by large-scale 20 x 2 LCD display.
    Reading speed: 24x DVD-ROM
    Max. Writing speed:
    DVD-R: 24X
    DVD-RW: 6X
    DVD+R double layer: 8X
    DVD+R: 24X
    DVD+RW: 8X
    DVD+R9 8X
    CD-R: 48X
    CD-RW: 32X
    Supported Disc FormatsVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-Video, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R9,
    CD-DA, CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2, Multi-session Photo CDTM, CD-I, Video CD, CD Extra (CD Plus)
    Supported Recording Discs:12cm 4.7GB DVD-R/RW, 12cm 4.7GB DVD+R/RW, 12cm 8.5GB DL DVD, 12cm 80min/700MB CD-R,
    12cm 74min/650MB CD-RW, 8cm 1.47GB mini DVD-R, 8cm 24min/210MB mini CD-R, 8cm 50MB Business CD-R
    Max. compatibility for writers in the market.
    Stability and robust structure, enable long-life continuous usage.
    Easy BIOS upgrade available.

    They have more expensive ones with slightly larger capacity, but this is their bargain basement unit.

    -t

    UPDATE!

    HOW TO BUILD A CD/DVD DUPLICATOR (STEP BY STEP)
    Last edited by tangent4ronpaul; 02-28-2014 at 03:47 PM.



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    USB thumb drive duplicators:

    Kanguru Usb Copypro - $62 10 slot
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...140228205559:s

    ImageUSB - $FREE as many USB ports as you have on your computer, windowz only
    http://lifehacker.com/5722533/imageu...imaging-a-snap
    http://www.osforensics.com/tools/write-usb-images.html

    Warning: Due to the forensic nature of image duplication by ImageUSB, please ensure that you select UFDs with a storage size similar to the image you wish to duplicate. For example, if a 2GB image is copied to an 8GB USB Flash Drive, the drive will only be able to use two out of the eight gigabytes of storage space. In this scenario, users will need to reformat the UFD in order to access the rest of the storage space
    A Simple USB Thumb Drive Duplicator on the Cheap = $FREE + USB hub, *nix
    http://blog.opensecurityresearch.com...icator-on.html

    When all hope was lost, we turned to some Linux dd foo. As it turns out, you don’t need the expensive hardware. All you need is a standard USB hub, dd, and some command line magic.

    Overall, the process involves the following steps:
    1.Finding a good USB hub
    2.Getting a copy of dd
    3.Determining the drive mapping
    4.Executing the foo
    (cont)
    -t
    Last edited by tangent4ronpaul; 02-28-2014 at 03:45 PM.






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