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It depends. Replication is cost effective on orders of over 1000 discs. Duplication is cost effective on orders of under 1000 units and is faster than replication on shorter runs. To help make your choice, call us at (602) 870-3987.
Replicated discs (pressed discs) are created by physically pressing your data into the surface of the disc and are the standard for major commercial releases. Whereas duplicated discs (burned discs) encode your data onto the disc by burning microscopic holes into a recordable CD or DVD. Though not as high of quality as Replicated, Duplicated discs have great quality and lots of advantages including cheaper price and faster turnaround.