Bulk CDs & DVDs
1. Order and Checkout
2. Check Your Email
3. Upload Your Files
OUR SIMPLE ORDER PROCESS:
Bulk CDs & DVDs
- Duplicated CD-Rs or DVD-Rs (less than 500 qty)
- Replicated CDs or DVDs (more than 500 qty)
- Full color high resolution on-disc printing
- UV coated discs
- Digital PDF proofs via email
- Bulk wrapped
- Available from 20 qty
- Standard turnaround - 3 business days (10 business days for replication)
- No sales tax or hidden fees :)
A CD can only contain 79 minutes of audio.
So you just need CDs or DVDs with no packaging or hype? You've come to the right place! We've been duplicating and replicating bulk CDs and DVDs for thousands of happy customers all over the world since 1993. Not much more to say other than that we will guarantee your happiness with our product.
How long will my job take?
Once you have placed an order and we have received all of your elements (audio, graphics...etc) pre-production starts. You will receive PDF proofs via email within 1-2 business days. Once you approve the proofs day zero of production time starts. Our standard production time for duplication is 3-4 business days, and 10 business days for replicated jobs.Here is an example schedule for duplication / replication:
You will need the On Disc Print template. Simply click the links below to download.
On Disc Print Template
Duplication vs. Replication
Duplication (less than 500)
Duplicated discs (often called burned discs) are made by burning tiny holes in the dye layer of a recordable CDR or DVDR. It is the same process as when you burn a disc on your home computer. This is more cost effective for small runs and takes much less time to produce. We use the highest quality CD-Rs on the market to ensure maximum quality and compatibility. There is not really any audible difference between replication and duplication. There might be a small percentage of older CD players or car stereos that is unable to play duplicated CDs. This is rare, but it does occasionally happen.
Replication (more than 500)
Replicated discs (often called pressed discs) are made by first creating a glass master, then stampers that make exact clones using high-tech injection-molding. A coat of reflective aluminum is added and finally it gets sealed with a protective coat of lacquer hardened by ultraviolet light. Because of this extensive set up process, it is common to require a minimum of 500 discs for replication.