What's the difference between Replication and Duplication?

Replicated discs (often referred to as pressed discs) are created in a manufacturing process that starts with raw materials like polycarbonate, and involves physically pressing your data into the surface of the disc.

Duplicated discs (often referred to as burned discs) encode your data onto a specially manufactured disc by burning microscopic holes into the dye layer of a recordable CD or DVD. Replicated discs are preferred for larger quantities, generally over 300. Duplicated discs are a great solution if you don’t need that many.

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