CD Duplication is the process of burning data onto a CD-R and is typically used for smaller runs of up to 500 discs.
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There are many reasons why you might need a CD duplication or replication. If you’ve once wanted to manufacture or prepare CDs either as an artist sending out your songs to labels or as a owner of a business looking to divulge information to a large audience. If you find yourself among these categories, then you may have done CD duplication or CD replication.
CD duplication and CD Replication
CD duplication and CD replication appear similar at first because both are used to copy and store data. However, they have specific characteristics that make each differ from the other. It is important to understand their characteristics so as to decide the option that will suit your project.
CD duplication is a CD manufacturing process most individuals are conversant with, usually utilised for production of short-run CD duplication like 100 to 300. The CD duplication method involves the burning of audio files discs through lasers. If you’ve burnt data to blank discs at home, you’d probably have done CD duplication on a smaller scale.
CD duplication and replication offer several benefits, the type you choose should be dependent on the number of CDs you want to reproduce. Each process has its drawback, however, both processes have the best way of putting them to use. For instance, CD duplication is best suited for smaller quantities while replication is best for larger quantities. CD duplication has a shorter turnaround time compared to CD replication. If you are in a hurry, choosing CD duplication might be your best bet, however, if you are working with a large number of CDs, you should consider choosing CD replication.
What Is The Difference Between DVD or CD Duplication and Replication?
Even though both the words – duplication and replication mean the same, they both have a different meaning in the optical disc industry. They differ based on how the final discs are manufactured.
The process of writing on the blank DVD-R, CD-R and Blu-Ray.
The process of manufacturing the discs from stamper and glass-master by pressing of polycarbonate granules.
In the duplication process, the data is copied on the blank discs, and are then printed. While in the DVD replication or CD replication process, glass-master and stamper of the content are created, which is like a master copy. Then the discs are pressed using this stamper just like an injection molding. In this method, the discs are created from its raw form as polycarbonate granules.
CD Duplication is very budget-friendly and quick option when the disc quantity is 500 or less. While CD Replication is much cheaper than duplication when the disc quantity is 500 or more and the purchaser requires professionally finished discs. However, there is no impact on the quality of data that is stored or copied on the discs during duplication or replication process.
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Packaging options for CD duplication
Rush Media Print offers range of packaging options from PVC sleeve to 8 panel Digipak for DVD and CD Duplication or replication job for the great price.