The new program allows users to rent a Primera Bravo SE Disc Publisher along with the company’s PTRip software for just $299 per week. The Bravo SE’s built-in robotics will load personal music CDs into the unit and rip tracks into Apple iTunes or Windows Media Player – automatically and “hands-free.” Anyone who owns a bunch of CDs and wants a new and easy way to rip them to their computer should be interested in the Primera Bravo Rent & Rip program.
Currently there seems to be only two options to rip a CD collection:
1. do it yourself one by one which is not only time-consuming but can be frustrating as well
2. pay $1 or $2 per CD to have someone do it for you, plus add the cost of shipping them in the mail!
This is a new alternative that is cheaper, faster, and virtually hassle-free. Here’s the full press release from Primera:
PLYMOUTH, MN, USA (June 11, 2008) — Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of CD, DVD, and Blu-ray disc duplication and printing equipment, has unveiled its new Rent & Rip Program for Personal CD Collections.
Under the terms of the program, customers can rent a Primera Bravo SE* Disc Publisher along with the company’s PTRip software for just $299 per week. The Bravo SE’s built-in robotics will load personal music CDs into the unit and rip tracks into Apple iTunes or Windows Media Player – automatically and “hands-free.” Round-trip transportation is included in the rental fee.
“By loading up their CDs and walking away, users will discover a way to bring new life to any CD collection, whether it is at home, work, or at a house of worship,” said Mark D. Strobel, Primera’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Sending 1,000 CDs to a service could easily cost $1,000 before shipping costs. For just $299, our Rent & Rip Program lets you do the same thing yourself – without the risk of sending away your valuable CD collection.”
The program is simple to use and requires just three steps:
1. Place CDs into a Bravo SE Disc Publisher’s input bin,
2. Launch PTRip,
3. Click “Load to iTunes” or “Load to Windows Media Player.”
The process repeats until all CDs in the input bin are processed. Simply remove the ripped discs from the output bin, reload the input bin and click the Import button again to continue.
*The ripping hardware for the Bravo SE Rent & Rip Program is specifically designed for only ripping.
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