MF Digital and Ripfactory to Demonstrate Ripstation Technology at Denver CEDIA Expo Show, September 4-7, 2008

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MF Digital and Ripfactory will be demonstrating CD/DVD Ripping Solutions at the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association Expo in Denver. Come see the Ripstation 7000, the automated digital music conversion system Also see demonstrations of the Ripserver - a NAS (networked attached storage device) with a built in CD ripping engine. Live demonstrations will be given in Booth #1039.

Sponsored by the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association, the CEDIA Expo Show will be the venue for MF Digital's latest Automated Disc Ripping Technology Solutions. Together with its UK-based technology partner Ripfactory, MF Digital will be exhibiting at the CEDIA Show on September 4th through September 7th, 2008.

The two companies will be at booth #1039 for live demonstrations of this exciting and groundbreaking digital music technology. Ripfactory and MF Digital representatives will both be on hand to answer your questions, demonstrate hardware, and discuss any CD or DVD ripping needs you might have.

MF Digital will be demonstrating the Ripstation 7000 Series System which provides a powerful and automated digital music conversion solution. With this system you can easily convert a complete audio CD collection with metadata management features and configuration tools to control the exact CD ripping quality. In addition, the Ripstation will encode multiple file formats - even simultaneously. All metadata or tag information, including album art, is retrieved from your choice of up to three on-line databases. Add to the mix our Media Grabber video ripping option and the Ripstation 7000 provides the ideal solution for automated CD and DVD ripping.

Advanced features include full Codec support on CD ripping to MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, AAC and WMA lossless audio file formats. To ensure music information content is consistent and accurate, the metadata tag information is pulled from a variety of database resources, such as: GD3, FreeDB, AMG, and Amazon. Loading your iPod, MP3 player or media server has never been easier with the MF Digital Ripstation. Using advanced features like direct-to-device support you can upload automatically to MP3 manufacturers such as the Apple iPod, Creative, SanDisk, Nokia and others.

MF Digital will also be showcasing the new Ripserver product from Ripfactory. Ripserver is a world first - a NAS (networked attached storage device) with a built in CD ripping engine.

With storage capabilities of up to 1 Terabyte (10,000 albums in MP3 format), Ripserver has taken the world of digital music by storm and industry experts have described it as 'a must-have for every digital home'. Compatible with any media player which can browse a network share, Ripserver is the ideal companion to systems such as Sonos, Logitech, Linn DS, Slim Devices, Xbox and many more.

About MF Digital:
MF Digital is known as a leading manufacturer of DVD / CD duplication, publishing and printing equipment for the professional audio and video, corporate, church ministry and government markets. Based in E. Farmingdale, NY, the company has been developing duplication solutions for over 30 years. Additional information about MF Digital and their products may be found at To find out more about MF Digital's automated Ripping Systems or to find a dealer in your area, contact MF Digital: + 631 249 9393 ext 205 or For additional information about MF Digital's CEDIA Show Exhibit, please contact Simon Langlais in Marketing at 719-216-9315.

About Ripfactory:
Ripfactory, known the world over as specialists in automated CD encoding, has over 10 years of experience within the digital music space. Its renowned Ripstation product is the leading solution for volume CD encoding with an emphasis on sonic and metadata quality for the home and installation market. Spanning all areas of digital music Ripfactory delivers software, hardware and kiosk music solutions to over 30 countries from its Belfast, Ireland headquarters. Additional information about Ripfactory and their products may be found at


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