CD/DVD Duplication Process
Duplication is the process of recording information onto blank discs, CD or DVD, often called burning. The process is often referred to as burning because a laser is used to heat a chemical dye in the disc and literally ?burn" marks that will be read as data. Because this thin layer of chemical dye is inside the disc, it is important to use high quality blank discs to get good results . . . similar to using quality film in a camera. At cdrom2go.com we use only the latest technology in duplication equipment. Large duplication towers that can burn many discs at once allow for speed and accuracy. Robotic duplicators will run unattended and are used to burn discs without the need for an operator to load and unload discs. Once the discs have been burned, they are moved to our special Photo Pro Printing process. PhotoPro is state-of-the-art disc printing that produces vibrant high quality results.