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  1. Hello all, I'm looking to build a 1 to 5 dvd duplicator but I have no clue where to start? I saw them on ebay for over $1500us!!! I'm sure the cost on it is much less than that. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks guys
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  2. you cant! commercial dvds are 5gb+ and ordinary DVD burners are 4.5gb so you cannot just copy from 1 to another.
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  3. Originally Posted by RabidDog
    you cant! commercial dvds are 9 layer and ordinary DVD burners are 5 layer so you cannot just copy from 1 to 5.
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  5. BTW DVD Duplicators copy DVDRs to DVDRs
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    If you are just talking about multiple burners for already prepared dvd's such as image files, the cheapest way would be to purchase a pc tower case for your computer with plenty of drive bays and buy several burners and burn to all of them at once. I would assume some burning software will let you make more than one copy at a time. Most of the commercial multiple drive cases use firewire, SCSI, USB or even ethernet to transfer the data and then you are getting into more hardware and software problems.
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