CD Replication vs Duplication

Well, so many customers ask us about CD replication vs CD duplication. CDs or compact discs are devices which are used for several purposes. Most popularly, audio and video CDs have replaced the audio cassettes and video cassettes almost completely. CDs are compact, consume less space and have a longer life.

Apart from entertainment purposes, CDs are also used for official work. CDs provide a huge space of about 750 megabytes ideal for the storage of any type of information. Once the information is stored in the CD it saves the pain of maintaining official files which eat up huge office space and are difficult to maintain.

Two processes commonly used to store any form of information are CD replication and CD duplication. Although commonly not very well known, CD replication and CD duplication are completely two different processes altogether. The technical processes in which they are made are different and so is the out come.

A replicated CD is qualitatively superior to a duplicated CD. CD duplication is the process of burning a readymade blank CD with the desired information, while CD replication is a much more complex process. Duplication of a CD is a faster and uncomplicated process.

CD replication is actually a manufacturing process in which the desired information is already embedded on the CD while the CDs are being manufactured. Since this is a building up process, it provides better quality. CD replication is done with proper copyrights and permissions.

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