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Why Bravo

Why Are Bravo-series Disc Publishers So Popular?
Everyone wants to spend less and get more. So why would you spend more and get less? Get a Bravo instead. Bravo disc publishers are the best-selling, most reliable and feature-packed units available today. They’re also an exceptional value.

Here are 10 reasons why Bravo-series Disc Publishers are the best, most logical choice for your business or organization:

1. They just work.
Right out of the box, Bravo disc publishers will be burning and printing CDs, DVDs or BDs in about 5 to 10 minutes. There’s no complicated printer mounting and alignment. No threading of ribbons. No painful software activation. No multiple data cables to connect or boards to install. Just:a. Take your new Bravo out of its box.
b. Plug it in and load software.
c. Start making discs.
Primera Box

2. They ship in a box, not on a pallet.
Refrigerators should ship on pallets; not disc publishers. Pallets mean heavy lifting and freight truck delivery. Neither is exactly convenient – especially when you need to return the unit for service or move it to another location. Truck delivery is also slow and expensive.
That’s why every Bravo-series Disc Publisher has been designed to meet UPS and FedEx overnight service specifications. Even our largest enterprise-level, network-connected disc publisher is modular in construction. It’s very easy to move around when necessary. No pallet or moving crew required.
3. Built on a production line, not on a workbench. Bravo disc publishers are built in volume on a real production line with conveyors, automated screw guns and all the other professional assembly equipment you’d expect to see in a real, world-class factory. The result is an advanced level of quality and consistency that is virtually impossible to deliver when you’re building just one unit at a time. On a workbench.
Bravo SE
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4. They cost less. Our leading competitor charges more than twice as much for the same capacity, same performance product with lesser print quality. That’s either (a) crazy, or (b) we should be charging more. We tend to think it’s the former, not the latter.
5. They’re very reliable. It’s been proven time and again by actual customers: Bravo-series Disc Publishers are far more reliable than other brands. Ask us for details on our independent, long-term reliability test report. Read what real customers are saying about the reliability and performance of their Bravos.

6. More than 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies own Bravos.
As do thousands of local, county, state and federal government agencies, police and fire departments, military and intelligence agencies, hospitals, clinics and medical imaging centers, video production houses, recording studios, schools and universities, churches, software companies, marketing and engineering departments, MIS/IT departments, retail photo minilabs…the list goes on and on.
Fortune 500
7. They outsell competitive models by at least 5 to 1. And probably even more. In fact, we believe that more Bravo-series Disc Publishers are sold each year than all of our competitors combined. Wow.8. They don’t require an expensive, on-site service contract. When was the last time you bought an on-site service contract – for thousands of dollars – for a computer printer? So why would you buy one for your disc publisher? With Primera, you can skip the expensive service contract and get a second unit as a spare. Even then, you’ll still save money.

9. Water-resistant inkjet media now available.
This is truly one of those “disruptive technologies” issues talked about in MBA classes. Inkjet media is now (finally!) available with highly water-resistant inkjet coatings. This means that you no longer need to buy expensive, decades-old reverse thermal transfer printing technology to get water-resistant printed discs.Inkjet disc printing looks a lot better, too. Every Bravo has up to 4800 dpi print resolution versus 300 to 400 dpi on reverse thermal transfer printers. That’s a big, big difference – especially when you’re printing photos and small text.
Water Resistant

10. The end result is the same.
We’re not talking rocket science here. Correct us if we’re wrong, but don’t you just want your discs burned and printed by a reliable device that hooks up easily and provides you with many years of hassle-free performance? If so, you’ll get all this and more with a Bravo-series Disc Publisher from Primera.
Bravo SE

Bravo SE

The mini version for short runs.Compact, attractive and fits perfectly on any desk. Automatically burns and prints up to 20 discs per job. A CD/DVD/BD version called Bravo SE Blu is also available.
Bravo II

Bravo II
Best for small to medium-sized jobs.The industry standard for desktop disc publishing. Packs a lot of power to automatically burn and print up to 50 CDs or DVDs at a time.

Twice the speed, twice the capacity of Bravo II.Designed for higher-volume disc publishing, BravoPro produces up to 100 discs per job at twice the speed. Two high-speed Pioneer recorders give you the power to publish any CD or DVD automatically and hands-free.
Bravo XR

Bravo XR
Mission-critical performance and reliability.With its all-metal case and frame and lockable front access panel, Bravo XR is perfect for deployment in mission critical applications such as medical imaging, finance, banking, insurance, law enforcement, utilities and more. Optional rack-mount kit. A CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc model called Bravo XR-Blu is also available.
Bravo XRP

Bravo XRP
The Ferrari® of the disc business (without Ferrari prices)!Speed, capacity, performance and reliability – all a rugged, reliable package. Produces up to 100 discs at a time with two high-speed Pioneer recorders. Optional rack-mount kit.

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MF Digital introduces Teac P55

mf digital dye-sublimation printerMF Digital has announced the Teac P55 printer can now be configured with Scribe PC or Director Series CD and DVD duplicators. The Teac P55 offers the highest resolution at 400dpi and best lpi at 290 (Lines Per Inch). Teac is the superior dye-sublimation re-transfer printer with advanced software features for spot-color matching.

MF Digital also offers a fully configurable print station for the Teac re-transfer printer that is also swappable with the PicoJet inkjet printer and Prism Plus thermal printer.

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