The process of CD duplication

An optical disc used for storage of data is known as a compact disc or a CD. These were originally developed for the storage of audio data but can be used to store any type of data on it. As technology improved, methods and devices for CD duplication came into light.

CD duplication can be defined as a process used for duplicating data present on one CD to another CD or a number of CDs in order to either sell them, generate backup information or use them for promotional purposes.

CD duplication is a very easy process and can be done at home too if you posses a computer and a CD burner. Though easy, this process will take a long time at home in case you want a large number of duplicated copies. There are online CD duplication companies that can duplicate a large number of CDs for you with a good quality output.

An empty CD is a flat disc with a smooth surface and is made of a metal layer that is reflective. There is another layer under the metal layer that is made of a photosensitive dye. This translucent dye layer is heated when the CD is

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