One of the best things about CDs is that they are generally produced in large numbers. Software and music CD’s are produced in the millions. This is a good example of CD replication Sydney and involves the “pressing” of a disc in an industrial environment. If the CD’s are being produced for business purposes, it is better to get them through replication. After all, you don’t want to send out low-quality CDs or DVDs to your business clients. Do you? Similarly if a musical band wants to roll out a CD or DVD in the market, it should do it through replication only. However, it is costlier than what you will pay for duplication work.
When large quantities need to be produced, CD replication Sydney is a good option. The minimal amount of cd’s would be 500 and often it stretches into the tens of millions of copies. This means that when a CD “run” is done, it is at least a medium run when it involves CD replication Sydney.
Technically the CD duplication process consists of taking data from one CD and burn it onto another CD, means creating two copies of the same content. However, the duplicated CD is quite different from the master CD as it is only a low-grade copy of original data. On the other hand, the process of CD replication Sydney involves the cloning of the master copy to format a new disk during the manufacturing process