07.22.2004 12:00 PM
Charismac Engineering announces Discribe Alive portable mass disc replication system

Charismac Engineering’s Discribe Alive is a turnkey, scalable, portable, mass content duplication and distribution system designed to be used for live performance applications. The Discribe Alive system comes pre-configured with Charismac’s proprietary Discribe Alive Master software (running on an Apple Computer G4 PowerBook with Mac OS X Panther), two custom-built Discribe Alive Target Robot CD/DVD duplicators, an Apple Computer Xserve, a tallying key that tracks and reports on system status and CD burning success, and various wireless networking connectivity tools.

A customized ATA-approved, shock-mounted rack case holds the Discribe Alive system. Each Discribe Alive Target Robot is capable of burning as many as 200 discs per hour, depending upon the amount of content. The capability to remotely administer and control 5-plus Alive Target Robots provides output of 15,000-plus discs at a single event. Applications for the system include musical performing acts, motivational speakers, professional lecturers, academia, theater, spoken word, worship, secondary education, radio and television broadcast.

For more information, please visit: www.charismac.com.

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