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    Easy Disc CD dupicating

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    Get Your Best CD Duplication & Replication Services at EasyDisc

    I know it's CD-Rs (Duplicating, not replicating), but they offer good prices for walletpacks, digipacks, etc with just a 50 CD minimum.
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    Last time I had CDs made, to have them replicated the minimum was 1,000, but was only $1000 and that included Eco Jacket and 3 or 4 color printing on the disc. Disc Makers was who I used and they did a very good job.
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    I like Kunaki, but I also would like more real estate to print artwork. This looks like a good option, um, if I ever make another CD, that is.

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    DM60 - 1000 CDs is 950 more than I'll ever need at one time!

    I've been using Kunaki, too, just wish they offered something other than jewel cases, that's why I'm checking out this new place. The comments on FB pretty much were favorable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjbphotos View Post
    DM60 - 1000 CDs is 950 more than I'll ever need at one time!
    Just making the point, for small orders CD-R's will probably be all you can get.
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    I'm spoiled living in Nashville. There's a lot of good places like NTS Promedia and We Make Tapes (And Discs) local here.

    Last time I ordered CD duplication online, I went with diskfactory.

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    I'm hoping to order Cds for a project, probably about 200. I'd be interested in some feedback and suggestions from those who have had CD Duplication done.

    I've done some research and I'm confused by some things. For instance, I see some suppliers charging $2,000 for a duplication of 200 cds while the same type of order can be had for half that price and less than half the price. Are the expensive duplicator that much better?
    I'm interested in some feedback.
    Thanks,
    Don.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsealer View Post
    I'm hoping to order Cds for a project, probably about 200. I'd be interested in some feedback and suggestions from those who have had CD Duplication done.

    I've done some research and I'm confused by some things. For instance, I see some suppliers charging $2,000 for a duplication of 200 cds while the same type of order can be had for half that price and less than half the price. Are the expensive duplicator that much better?
    I'm interested in some feedback.
    Thanks,
    Don.....
    There's CD pressing and CD burning. Places like Kunaki offer burned CDs, with artwork and shrink wrapped. Other higher end printers might press their discs, which is a more expensive process as you might imagine. You'd have to check with the company to verify what process they use.

    Another vote for Kunaki, because I rarely need more than a dozen or two discs burned.
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    For small runs of pressed CD's take a look at Mobineko - they're the only people I know who will do glass mastered CD's in runs of 100 (although small quantities aren't cheap).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsealer View Post
    I'm hoping to order Cds for a project, probably about 200. I'd be interested in some feedback and suggestions from those who have had CD Duplication done.

    I've done some research and I'm confused by some things. For instance, I see some suppliers charging $2,000 for a duplication of 200 cds while the same type of order can be had for half that price and less than half the price. Are the expensive duplicator that much better?
    I'm interested in some feedback.
    Thanks,
    Don.....

    Duplication and replication are the two methods.

    Replication is the 'stamping' of discs
    Duplication copies to CD-Rs, so is obviously the cheaper method.

    Discmakers is one of the most-used places by non-pros. I don't know where you're seeing $10 each for replication, but don't use them!
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