In a perfect duplication world, the duplicator case will be made of aluminum and contain multiple fans to cool off the drives, which create substantial heat due to constant usage. Plus, all the drives will have proper spacing, be uniform (meaning using the same model numbers and firmware across all of the drives in the hardware), and have adequate electricity to power all of the drives. In that scenario, most any controller will give you a reasonable success rate. But what happens when you have situations where the conditions are not ideal for duplication? What if thereâ€™s minimal air circulation to cool off the drives, or the system is configures numerous different brands and/or firmware of drives, or the user is copying disc continuously for 12, 16, even 24 hours a day? Thatâ€™s when duplicatorâ€™s controller makes the difference between successfully burned media and failed discs that become coasters. Thatâ€™s what separates A grade equipment like Vinpower and inferior equipment from lesser quality competitors.
Vinpowerâ€™s controller has been tested to provide the best results even when working in less than ideal situations. Itâ€™s been proven to work mixed drives brands/firmware, when the heat is not properly ventilated, when media is mixed from different brands, or even when the drives are older and has some errors with certain medias. Vinpowerâ€™s controller has proven to overcome far more issues than any of its competitors.
Of course, Vinpower recommends maintaining and operating your duplicator under optimal conditions for the best results, however, we know that is not always an option for everyone. Vinpower developed its controller to a higher grade, so that it can function better and ensure more reliability than any other standalone duplication controller on the market.
If you want the best and still pay less in costs and maintenance, then Vinpowerâ€™s standalone duplication controllers and hardware are the only options. Contact a Vinpower representative today.