Things to think about before you make copies of your CD

If you are looking to save money on your CD duplication work, then it is essential to know the difference between CD duplication and CD replication. CD duplication means using a recorder to burn data on a pre-manufactured CD. These discs are blank CDs and you can store a variety of data including text files, computer programs and multi-media content like audio or movies. This process takes anywhere from between 3 to 80 minutes depending on the speed of the recorder. The time required to burn a CD makes this process a little time consuming for huge orders. For small orders on the other hand, CD duplication is one of the most cost effective methods of making copies of your data.

CD replication on the other hand, stamps your data into an injection moulded CD. These discs have a silver look to them and look very similar to the audio CDs you would buy at a music store. CD replication is an excellent and cost effective way to make copies of a CD if you want a large quantity of copies.

Moreover, you can also use CD printing for your printing needs as this method looks very professional. Inkjet printing on the other hand, can sometimes smudge and a tackily pasted sticker may sometimes peel off. This is bound to give an unprofessional air to your copies. Making your choices carefully will ensure that you get the best possible quality at an affordable price.

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