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Microboards Ends Support for Legacy Systems

Microboards Technology announced that, as of March 1, 2012, it will discontinue hardware repair service and support for its optical disc labeling and publishing systems that employ Hewlett-Packard’s Deskjet 6122 inkjet printing engine.

JVC Launches Archival DVD-R Discs

JVC Advanced Media U.S.A. announced its new Archival Grade DVD-R discs, which were independently tested and certified to comply with the ISO/IEC 10995 standard for estimating the archiving lifetime of writable DVDs.

Jordan Rudess Sings Praises of Microboards G3 Disc Publisher

Microboards Technology announced that Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess has upgraded his studio with a new G3 Disc Publisher. According to the statement, Rudess will incorporate his G3 Disc Publisher in the production of his next solo project, scheduled for release in 2011.  In addition, Rudess will be burning his next and other future music [...]

MAM-A Unveils FlexPrint Recordable Discs

MAM-A Inc. announced that it has introduced its new FlexPrint multi-print compatible surface DVD-R, DVD+R DL and CD-R media.

Microboards Introduces G3 Disc Publisher

Microboards Technology announced its new G3 Disc Publisher and G3 Auto Printer. According to the statement and the company’s web site, the G3 Disc Publisher is an all-in-one device offering CD, DVD and optional Blu-ray Disc (BD) duplication and labeling. Intended for short-run work, the unit holds up to 50 discs at a time and [...]

Our Discs are Sealed

Isn’t it amazing that for all of the careful design they put into CD and DVD technology, the engineers never stopped to consider how discs might be labeled on the desktop? Thankfully, the marketplace has come to the rescue with its own solutions—some good, some not so good, but all ingenious in their own regard.

Microboards Print Factory Review

Microboards Print Factory has a lot to offer prospective CD and DVD disc labelers including excellent high-resolution printing quality, rapid-fire output, reasonable cost per label, the ability to control multiple units from one PC and the convenience of using off-the-shelf inkjet cartridges. That said, Microboards still has work to do in ironing out some wrinkles, [...]

CD-R Duplication Consolidation – A Step In The Right Direction

Now that initial easy sales are a thing of the past, reality has settled in for small manufacturers of CD-R duplication systems. Future industry growth now depends upon exploiting new markets and applications. To take advantage of untapped opportunities, industry consolidation is necessary, and is, in fact, already happening.

Computer CD Music Recorders

CD recorders are selling like hotcakes, but despite this overwhelming success, several companies feel they can reach an untapped market by promoting recorders as consumer audio products rather than as removable storage devices, which incidentally happen to have audio capabilities.

Hoei Sangyo CDstation DSR-8880 CD Duplicator Review

Marketed in the United States as the MicroBoards Inferno, the DSR-8880 combines Hoei Sangyo’s uncompromising proprietary controller technology with a custom-designed tower enclosure to create the most polished CD duplicator on the market today.

CD-R, Fit to Print: Printing Devices for CD-Recordable

There is little arguing that CD-R disc label printing has come a long way in terms of price and capability in a few years and the future promises more exciting developments.