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ZIPSPIN DVD/CD Master 1 TO 1 Duplicator


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  • Item Weight: 11 pounds
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  • ASIN: B0012QI9MM
  • Item model number: DVD MASTER
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

Product Description

Duplicate DVDs and CDs at the touch of a button without a computer! ZipSpin DVD Master burns DVDs and CDs quickly, easily and accurately - you'll never want to use a PC again! This stand-alone system makes an exact high-quality copy of your DVD in just a few minutes - without the hassles of using a PC. The load and go technology makes it super easy - just put in your master and blank discs into the drawers and close them. The system then automatically duplicates the disc and ejects them when it's done. Also features cooling fan and superior ventilation to prevent overheating, high performance read/write mechanism, up to 52X CD/20X DVD speed and space-saving design. 7 x 10 x 5.75. 1-year limited warranty. WARNING: Not intended for duplicating copyrighted or copy encrypted Hollywood materials.

Customer Reviews

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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By C. P. Hendrix on February 26, 2009
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Sadly, I never got to use the ZipSpin. The Heartland ad stated the item was not "intended" to copy "Hollywood" material. Page One of the owner's manual stated it would not copy Copy Protected Material. Now we go back to the old argument of making a copy for self-use. This was my case, an extra "throw-away" copy, not multiple copies for sale to friends and family. My ZipSpin is on its way to the Return
Center the same day I received it. Shame on Heartland for not making this more clear. Good luck to those who can make use of it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dave Briscoe on June 17, 2012
Bought this for my Dad who is 92, and wanted to copy music CD's. This product was intended for bands that make their own music CD's and need to make a few extra copies. Not a volume duplicator, but it works really well.

This was the 'only' product that would work for him. No computer, and so easy a blind person can do it. I should mention my dad is leagally blind. One button for each tray. Push button, load original, push lower button, put in the Blank. Close both trays, Recording starts automatically. When done, tray opens and, Volia!
Have not tried DVD's but should work the same.
Read the earlier review about copy protection, but I know they have to say that it will not, and do not try to copy, even for your own use. Doh! I make copies of my Movies (with iSkysoft) and put the original away.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gerry Eisert on June 11, 2012
I purchased subject copier and found it very easy to use and produced a good copy, however I found out in a short period of time, the copy does not last but a few plays before it freezes and skips on any player I put it on ! Not worth the money I invested !It was a very big disapointment!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael David Pomeroy on March 17, 2012
I have one of these units.It duplicates all the professionally made CD's.I have made many copies for my friends.As for the DVD use.I buy movies from pay per views on cable.I make the original copy with a DVD recorder.Then,make copies for my family and friends with this device.I have really enjoyed mine.Even though it does not duplicate encrypted recordings.It has served me well.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Dequesada on November 17, 2011
I was about to buy this apparently economical DVD duplicator when I read one of your customer's reviews "that it cannot copy Hollywood material,not even for self use". Its always the phobia Hollywood and others have about "piracy". Well first of all, a professional "pirate" will never order a two DVD/CD duplicator from any catalog store. Usually he has money to start his illegite business and he will buy a professional multi-duplicator(s) and start copying movies galore, to have his people sell them on the streets, subways, burger joints, etc. at unbeatable prices. He even has other equipment to duplicate DVD covers,in full color, etc. Wake up "Zip-Spin" distributors and manufacturers, your tiny two drawer copier would make no one rich, even if he'd take 20 years to make 100 copies of any Hollywood film you'd care to name and if this tiny equipment lasts that long, it looks like it wouldn't. Folks who would buy this apparently economical two tray equipment would make copies only for personal use and perhaps make one copy for a relative or friend,for free, that's it. So now who loses?
The vendors,who have to absorb the many returns of those disenchanted folks who didn't take the time to read the fine print and erroneously purchased your duplicator. Get back to reality and above all the 21st Century, "pirates" are far more resourceful, smarter and more elusive than you think.
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