Digital Audio Disc Corp. is doubling its annual production capacity, according to DADC prexy James Frische.

The Sony-owned facility, the largest CD manufacturing concern in the U.S., has added equipment that can print label information directly onto the DAT’s shell and will be able to produce 600,000 to 700,000 DATs in 1991.

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