CD duplication – a CD for every purpose

CD and DVD duplication process is gaining a lot of popularity these days. It is now undoubtedly, one of the quickest, safest means for producing numerous copies of your data. In the CD duplication process, many copies are produced using a single master disc. In order to create duplicated CDs, burning process needs to be performed. This is done with a device called as CD burner or writer.

Before burning your selected data to a CD-ROM, you have the option to choose between two differing types of blank CD. By using a blank CD-R, this means that once the data is transferred to the CD, it’s on there permanently, as CD-R’s offer a ‘write once’ function. This protects your data from being overwritten accidently, and prevents any one else changing it.

The other version is a CD-RW, which is a re-writable version of a CD-Rom. This allows the user to re-burn data on the CD, whether it’s music or documents. The general rule of thumb says you can re-burn on a CD-RW up to 1,000 times. To be able to achieve this you must have the correct CD re-writer, and not just a burner.

Once you’ve decided on which type of CD you think you would use the most, you can buy the correct hardware for your computer, then you are up and running – ready to start duplicating CD’s.

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