CD & DVD Short-Run Duplication
100 Retail Ready CD's
Full Color On Disc Screen Printing 600dpi
2 Panel insert and tray card printed Full
color both sides
Jewel case with black tray & cellophane
Barcode add $10.00
Full Color On Disc Screen Printing
Full color DVD Wrap
DVD case & cellophane wrapping
Barcode add $10.00
Add a spine label for that
professional look for only $20.00
CDs Directs complete line of CD and DVD duplication services include pre-mastering service, mastering, CD or DVD One Offs (CD-Rs, DVD-Rs), On Disc label printing, printing of inserts & tray cards & booklets, packaging, Cellophane wrapping for that professional look and fulfillment.
You can count on CDs Direct when you need full service Duplication done right and done fast. We start each project by using high quality Taiyo Yuden media to ensure that you get maximum playback compatibility and quality. For on disc printing, we offer the newest hi-resolution printing technologies which gives your disc and packaging the most professional look possible. You can choose from On- Disc Thermal printing,
On-Disc Inkjet printing , High Gloss Laser Labels to On- Disc Silk-screening. Combine that with a
variety of packaging, Mylar printed spine labels, printing and mailing options and the result is a project that you can present to anyone and be proud of it.
Working on a tight schedule? Our standard turn times will have your discs completed in 3 days or less, and Express Service is available in as little as 24 hours or even the same day. Now how is that for fast service
If the quote is higher than you have been quoted elsewhere, give us a call to give us a chance to beat the other quote!
How Duplication Works:
The process of "burning" audio or data files onto a recordable CD. DVD duplication is the standard in which smaller quantities of CDs or DVDs are manufactured. The process is simpler than CD replication. The pre manufactured blank CDR media is loaded into CDR burners and copied, without having to create any glass master or templates. The information is digitally extracted from the master source (usually a master CD-R or DVD-R) and copied to the blank discs. The information is typically verified and the copy will then be accepted or rejected. Then the disc are placed into a high tech printers where your art work is then placed on the face of the disc