CD-Duplication services?


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vince123123

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If they are burned and not pressed, why not just DIY on your own CDR drive?
 

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vince123123 said:
If they are burned and not pressed, why not just DIY on your own CDR drive?
Because maybe burning 400 discs one at a time might take quite some time and its troublesome?
 

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Orh okay.
 

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imagine if burn 1 CD takes 5mins.. 400 cds = ~33 hours just to sit there and change 1 disc at a time.. :sweat: not to mention the logistic nightmare..
 

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maybe hire some cheap temp help to swap discs :p

yanyewkay said:
imagine if burn 1 CD takes 5mins.. 400 cds = ~33 hours just to sit there and change 1 disc at a time.. :sweat: not to mention the logistic nightmare..
 

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Don't forget to verify the data after burning.
 

synapseman

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Thanks for the input guys. I think it's better to outsource the job to another company to do the duplication. I don't think it's gonna be worth my time to burn 400 pcs myself.

Any other sources you can recommend, guys? Thanks again!
 

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