Vinpower’s lines of ODD writer drives offer an Adaptive Recording Surface Sensitivity Application to ensure a smooth even stable burn across the full disc.

Piodata rings
When burning discs for duplication, it’s not uncommon to find the recorded discs have a series of slight uneven concentric ring patterns across the burned side of the disc. This imperfection make the discs look as if they are defective and provide a negative appearance to the customer/recipient. Vinpower recognizes that these unsightly burn marks can cause trouble for the duplicator and has worked diligently to develop a series of optical disc drives (ODD) that prevent these blemishes from occurring, providing a smooth consistent burn that is more reliable and professional.

While maintaining precision-accuracy during the writing performance, Vinpower’s lines of ODD’s carry the Adaptive Recording Surface Sensitivity Application to help prevent the uneven appearance on the recording surface of the discs. High quality duplication should leave the recordable side of a disc smooth and seamless for the most part. So when you can clearly see light and dark rings, that means the drive’s laser would burn harder/more intense and lighter/less intense due to constant stopping and starting. That’s where Vinpower Digital can help. As the only duplication hardware supplier that provides our own proprietary Optical Disc Drives (ODD), we fine tune our drives to have the best compatibility with a wide range of media offerings to provide the best quality seamless burns.

For more details about this product or any of Vinpower Digital’s range of hardware, software, and media offerings, visit our website,, or speak with an authorized Vinpower representative near you.

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