Vinpower Digital Introduces SharkCopier DC Line of Daisy Chain Manual Tower Duplicators

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The SharkCopier DC can connect over 65,000 Hard Drive to 14 drive manual tower duplicators to run off of a single source.

The fact that each unit has its own internal hard drive for storing and reading the master source, there is less likelihood that the duplication job will fail or suffer from buffer under-run due to restrictions in the data flow

Vinpower Digital announced today the release of the SharkCopier DC standalone manual tower DVD/CD daisy chain systems. These units offer all the options and benefits expected from the SharkCopier line of duplicators with the added capability to be linked together in a chain, copying across each tower using only one source. This is extremely beneficial to those who need to create numerous copies quickly in a short period of time with only 1 or a few master sources to copy from.

This system sets itself apart from similar models on the market in the sheer number of towers that can be connected to a single source and in the manner that the data flow is transferred using the Vinpower Digital controller. Plus as the largest tower on the market that can be configured into a Daisy Chain system, HDD to 14 writer drives, the SharkCopier DC has the highest potential duplication output of any standalone manual tower duplicator on the market. As a fully standalone system, the SharkCopier DC is very easy to operate. This daisy chain system can be used anywhere there are suitable electrical outlets without being tied to a computer following these simple steps:

1)    Ensure that each tower is properly connected and powered on.
2)    Fill all of the writer drives with blank media consistent with the master source.
a.    Leave the top writer drive on the first tower empty for the master disc.
3)    Place the master disc into the top drive on the first tower in the chain.
a.    After the first run, the master disc can be removed and this drive can be used as another writer drive.
4)    Press the Copy fast key and every drive filled with blank media will duplicate across each tower simultaneously.

"The fact that each unit has its own internal hard drive for storing and reading the master source, there is less likelihood that the duplication job will fail or suffer from buffer under-run due to restrictions in the data flow," said Calvin Chang, C.E.O Vinpower Digital.

Due to this unique feature, each unit can operate as a standalone system on their own or in unison in a daisy chain capacity. This allows the user greater flexibility and more control over the copy process and the speed of output.

In addition to the daisy chain feature, all SharkCopier models offer dynamic hard drive partitions and the Simultaneous Load & Copy feature. They still offer exceptional duplication capability at lightning fast speed along with market leading features for which the SharkCopier has been known, like Account Management, Auto Counter, Multi-language support, Drive firmware upgrade ability, and so much more that helped make the SharkCopier the preferred duplicator.

About Vinpower Digital
Vinpower Digital is the leading manufacturer of standalone optical disc duplication equipment. With our corporate office in Los Angeles, California, USA and production offices in Taipei, Taiwan, we have the ability to deliver the most advanced and reliable standalone optical disc duplication controllers, manual towers, and robotic autoloaders anywhere in the world. As a true manufacture, Vinpower Digital has the ability to OEM/ODM customized applications and equipment for qualified vendors on a number of levels. Never satisfied with good enough, Vinpower Digital constantly pushes the envelope to develop new features and enhance their existing product to stay in tune with the customers' needs and expectations.

For further information on any or all of Vinpower Digital's line of duplicators please visit our website at http://www.vinpowerdigital.com.

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