Differences between CD Replication and CD Duplication

CDs are devices used to store up to 700 megabytes of information and data. Although, the processes of CD duplication and CD replication are dissimilar, there is no data difference between the differently processed CDs. The process of CD replication is usually preferred to store original information, while CD duplication is used for copying data onto multiple CDs.

CD replication is the process by which CDs are manufactured and the data is embedded in them. Each CD is independently manufactured. CD replication is used for producing mass quantities of CDs.

The CD replication process is a cost effective method. It is the cheapest method when ordering in huge quantities. The new CDs are delivered in a professionally packaged cover. CD replication is professionally done by companies only, when they have the proper copyrights.

CD duplication is a process where the data or information is copied on an already manufactured blank CD. It is a mirroring or copying process, not a manufacturing process. People opt for CD duplication when they have a smaller number of CDs to be produced.

A duplicated CD is sometimes inferior in quality to a replicated CD, but both processes have their unique costs and advantages. Choosing either one is generally a matter of personal preference.

CD replication and CD duplication are wonders of modern technology that have enabled people to create new ways of preserving and distributing data. They have also opened new horizons for advertising.

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