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The TTP 8200 series kiosk printers offer 203-dpi resolution for full-format A4 or letter-size printouts of forms, bank statements, maps, or Web pages. The fast, compact, and low-maintenance design makes these printers ideal for unattended environments. The pull detector and jam-preventing loop presenter provide trouble free operation. The retract function keeps sensitive documents from being left behind outside the kiosk – and it saves media. If a printout is not taken from the printer, the output will be retracted and the remaining information can be deleted from the print queue, eliminating unwanted print jobs. The TTP 8200 is available in three configurations for flexible kiosk integration: standard, compact, and vertical, each equipped with standard USB and parallel interfaces. For additional configuration flexibility, the media can be mounted either behind or below the printer.


Despite some of the hype surrounding its release, Say Anything's self-described rock opera ...Is a Real Boy still caught many in the punk scene off-guard, seemingly coming out of nowhere with its theatrical tone and critical, perceptive lyrical makeup. At the helm of the album is the self-conscious 20-something singer/songwriter Max Bemis, who ultimately is Say Anything: he wrote and plays pretty much everything but percussion on the record. The songs were originally written as part of a play, complete with a cast of characters, full story, and spoken interludes. A rise-and-fall plot of sorts, the story line was to be: a band is mediocre until its idealistic frontman (who also suffers from alienation and anxiety in a world of hypocrisy) becomes cursed to spew his innermost thoughts in the form of honest songs that alter the band into wildly popular stars before their own hypocrisy leads to their undoing. And though the proposed story line didn't completely transfer to the album, it's almost too easy to see parallels between the real band and the made-up one, envisioning Bemis (with his own history of anxiety, depression, and paranoia) as the actual hyper-aware lead character. Sure, one could look at this album as self-indulgent, overzealous, and egocentric, but when the songs are as catchy, cutting, and enjoyable as these, it really doesn't matter. The compelling rock of "Belt" starts things off with its thuggish army of background singers, leading into the self-conscious, wry realms of "Woe" (choice lyrics include: "she took pity on me, horizontally, but most likely because of my band"). Urgent drumbeats and harmonizing vocals open the singalong "Alive with the Glory of Love," a song that is so catchy, one almost forgets the dark, almost Holocaust-like nature of the lyrics (a sample line reads "when our city...falls to the axis, they'll search the buildings, collect gold fillings, wallets and'd look finer with each day in hiding"). Musically, the songs are about as full of life as you'll likely find on any indie/punk release in the early 2000s, and Bemis' great lyrics only add to them. Criticisms on popular culture appear alongside self-deprecating, introspective, and sarcastic lines of love and fear. In "Every Man Has a Molly," Bemis implores kids to spend a lot of money on band merchandise after his girlfriend breaks up with him for writing about her in songs ("because for you I won't ever have rough sex with Molly Connolly again"). At one point, he tells the industry to "go choke on your irony" ("The Futile"), and frustrations with today's scene come to a sharp peak in the confrontational and biting "Admit It!!!," where an empowered Bemis raises two impassioned middle fingers to the elitist crowds that may reject him and his music. Considering the new-school genre of punk that Say Anything is associated with -- and the audience the album is geared toward -- the record is quite ironic. After all, aren't some of the kids eating this music up the same ones with the elitist, condescending personas Bemis was reacting against in the first place? Either way, ...Is a Real Boy comes off as an impressively well-done, multifaceted effort that deserves multiple spins and makes Say Anything truly a band to watch. ~ Corey Apar


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Kunstenaar Operation Eat Shit

Kunstenaar The Moral Minority

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Kunstenaar Say Anything

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Technische informatie Zebra TTP 8200. Printtechnologie: Direct thermisch, Maximale resolutie: 203 x 203 DPI, Printsnelheid (metrisch): 100 mm/sec. Connectiviteitstechnologie: Bedraad. Mediadikte: 0.054 - 0.1, Media dikte (imperiale): 0.002 - 0.004, Core diameter: 2,5 cm. Ingebouwde streepjescodes: Code 39. Certificering: -UL, -cUL, -CE.

Karakteristieken Zebra TTP 8200. Printtechnologie: Direct thermisch, Maximale resolutie: 203 x 203 DPI, Printsnelheid (metrisch): 100 mm/sec. Connectiviteitstechnologie: Bedraad. Maximum roll diameter: 25 cm, Mediadikte: 0.054 - 0.1 mm, Media dikte (imperiale): 0.002 - 0.004". Ingebouwde streepjescodes: Code 39, Certificering: -UL, -cUL, -CE.. AC-adapter, uitgangsstroom: 6 A, Stroomvoorziening: 24 VDC



GTIN 0123456789012

Verschijningsdatum 29.01.2010

Aantal discs 1

Product type CD

Aantal tracks 18

Gewicht van product 4800 g

Artikelnummer 01744-210

Zebra TTP 8200 labelprinter Direct thermisch 203 x 203 DPI


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