MF Digital, a leading manufacturer of CD-R and DVD-R/+R duplication, publishing and printing technology, announces the CD 5906EC LIVE, an audio CD live event record duplicator. The CD 5906EC LIVE is ideally suited for the recording of church and school events, seminars, lectures, concerts, legal depositions, or any application where multiple CD audio recordings are instantly needed.
East Farmingdale, NY July 9, 2004 -- With the church and academic markets increasingly using CD media as a means of distributing copies of live spoken word or musical events, MF Digital has announced the introduction of the CD-5906EC LIVE audio digital recorder and CD duplicator.
MF Digital is a leading manufacturer of CD/DVD duplication, publishing and printing equipment for the professional audio and video, corporate, religious and government markets. All MF Digital CD/DVD systems employ Microsoft's ® Windows XP embedded platform to provide ease of use and scalability.
The new 5906EC LIVE combination recorder/duplicator system allows easy recording from virtually any mixer or other analog or digital source right to the "EC Live" hard disk and then almost instantaneous output to six to sixty disc copies at once. This powerful and easy to use system is ideally suited for the recording of church and school events, seminars, lectures, concerts, legal depositions, or any application where multiple audio recordings are instantly needed.
"Whether used in a centralized production location or expanded to allow remote duplication throughout a campus or concert venue, the 5906 LIVE gives engineers the ability to give or sell attendees a CD as they walk out of the event," according to Greg Morris, Western Sales manager, MF Digital.
The 5906 LIVE can record up to 50 hours of CD quality sound directly to the system's hard drive. The user simply records the event or performance to the hard disk, sets the desired Start ID's or track points, and can even choose where to span discs if the program exceeds the capacity of one CD. Actually duplication of up to six copies at once can begin within minutes of the event’s conclusion.
MF Digital's "disc casting" (Free client command module) allows connection to additional CD-5906EC towers and the ability to burn on a virtually unlimited number of drives – whether set remotely around a concert facility or campus, or located in a production facility. The EC, “Endless Configuration," provides an autoloader option for complete automation of the burn process.
For more information, visit http://www.mfdigital.com
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