CD replication is ideal for large orders

CDs are one of the widely used media tools for data storage and distribution purposes. They are easy to access and as the majority of computers today have CD drives they are probably the best devices for sharing information. CDs are presently compared to the earlier printed media. Today, everything from movies to music is available on CDs and DVDs, and with the reduction of the cost of blank CDs, CD duplication and CD replication services have gained a lot of popularity.

People often get confused between the CD replication and CD duplication techniques. Though both the duplication and replication techniques copy the data from one disc to another, they involve different processes. CD replication is different and it is a more sophisticated process compared to CD duplication. It uses a process called injection moulding that utilises ‘stampers’ for creating discs, whereas the CD duplication process involves the plain burning of new discs.

CD replication is a superior process compared to the CD duplication processes. Although both processes entail the burning of data onto discs, in the case of replication, not only the data but the overall physical appearance of the disc is copied. For instance, if a music company wants to create mass copies of their recent release, they need to initially create a high-quality master disc. This master disc is then sent to the CD replication company for creating numerous copies. While CD replication is ideal for companies that wish to create more than 500 copies of their data, CD duplication is best for creating less than 500 copies.

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