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Standalone DVD/CD Duplicator 1-2 £85.00

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Acard Duplicator Standalone 1-2 Dvd/cd - Duplicator User friendly interface with message on LCD Display. Automatic DVD format detection. Easy operation without software and training. 2 X Pioneer DVDRW Writers, 1x LiteOn Reader and 40Gb Internal Hard Drive to allow fail safe duplication.

It has a 20 Gb Hard Drive, not 40 Gb as stated above. Which is enough space for four DVD 5 images.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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Sweet, I can highly recommend the acard chip based duplicators I had a standard 1-1 that I wasnt making the best use of but never had a fail with it for xbox games and films, it was more reliable than using a fairly decent specced pc for 8x burns, am I right thinking that with the hard drive you can rip whatever the disc is in the rom drive to the hard drive or does it need to connect to the hd in another manner before you can do runs of burns from it?

I may be interested in this so a few q's:
1) what burn speeds are consistant and reliable?
2) whats the maximum hard drive size it can take? and type (ide or sata, 2.5"/3.5"?)
3) what are the pioneer drives that are in?
3) how much use has it had?
This duplicator has given great service and I have never had a failure, probably because I copy to the hard drive and then to the recorders. You rip direct to the hard drive and once finished it will automatically copy to the recorder or recorders. You can also use the hard drive to store images of disks so you don't have to copy the same thing every time. The ACard controller has the ARC 780 A chipset.

I never burn faster than 4x as I find this gives the most reliable burns, although the DVDR's are capable of 16x and you can set the burn speed on the ACard controller. I have no idea what the maximum hard drive size is and it does not say in the mannual, which can be found here -

I am pretty sure the HD is a 40 Gb at the moment but it could be a 20Gb - it is enclosed in one of those disk coolers so without a total strip down of the machine I am not 100% sure. The disk is 3.5".

The DVD's are a matched pair of Pioneer 109's both at the same bios state.

It has been used infrequently mainly to produce presentaional CD's and DVD's for a friends business. The lack of use is why I am selling it.

I do have pctures of the unit which I can e-mail to you.
Give you £65 for it delivered mate
You can bid that on EBay - which is where I will be advertising it in a weeks time if it does not sell here
To be honest mate it puts me off that you dont even know what hard drive is in it and probably others too, if listing on ebay you will need to be more specific if you list it as 40gb and a buyer finds its only 20 then you will be up the creek.
:oops: Fair comment, I was only being honest. I will take it apart tonight and find out - the software does not report back hard drive sizes. Watch this space.
The disk is an IDE Western Digital 20 Gb

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