CD duplication is often confused with CD replication, but there is a big difference between the two. Duplication is a basic copy; replication requires superior technology and expertise to produce an exact copy.
Why does this matter? Because:
- A replicated, exact copy of a CD will work in a wide range of players.
- With a duplicate, there’s no assurance that a CD player will be able to read it
- Replication employs a glass master, enabling precise bulk replication and eliminating dust and pollen from the copying process
What is CD Duplication?
CD duplication services, or more commonly known as “burning,” in which optical disc authoring software transfers information to writable discs. CD duplication has become a routine activity as people everywhere copy their music discs or software for any number of reasons.