TC 8000 Duplication Controller
CD-Rs (CD to CD)
If you are satisfied that your master
is of suitable quality, this can be a very quick way
to make your first copies. Using this function will
enable you to start making the first set of copies while
the master is still being read.
At the main menu, use the up /\
or down \/ arrow keys to put the > cursor (on the
Left of the LCD display) next to the Copy CD to CD menu
line. Press the ENTER key to select that menu function.
The next prompt will be for a CD Image name.
Enter Image Name
To use the default name 'NO NAME'
just press the ENTER key at this point. (See the Entering
Text section of the Operation chapter for instructions
on entering an image name.) Next the system will ask
for the number of CD-Rs to copy:
Press the ENTER key to accept the
quantity (0000 will keep copying until stopped by pressing
the STOP key at the end of a set of discs). The top
CD-R tray will open and the following prompt will be
Insert Master CD...
Press any key.
Put the Master CD in the tray and
press the ENTER key. The tray will close, and the master
disk will start analyzing. When the Master CD has been
analyzed all the other trays will open and the following
prompt will be displayed:
Waiting for CD Drive
Place as many BLANK CD-Rs in the writers as required
and close the drives using the drive eject button. If
there are any drives still open, press and hold the
ENTER key until all drives close. The copier will now
start copying. There is a timer at the top right corner
of the display that counts down, and shows the approximate
time to go before the end of the recording.
Note that the reader may stop reading
before the recorders are finished. This is because all
the data from the reader has already been transferred
to the hard disk.
Once the first set of CD-Rs
are complete, remove the master, and if required, continue
copying to all drives by inserting a blank CD-R in the
drive that was previously used for reading the master.
The master is no longer required for copying, because
the image is now stored on the internal hard disk.
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