San Jose, CA, May 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Most musicians know the difference between so called pressed CDs and burned CDs. The industrial jargons are CD replication for the former and CD duplication for the latter. Replicated CDs are pressed from a stamper which is mirrored from a glass master. Duplicated CDs are burned from blank recordable media that can be bought from computer stores. In general replicated discs look more professional with artwork printed directly on the discs using silkscreen or offset printing. Duplicated discs look more amateurish with a paper label or direct to disc inkjet printing.
When it comes to disc copying many people inevitably use CD duplication because the lead time is short or when the volume is low. But deep down they want the real pressed discs done by CD replication. New Cyberian sees their plight by offering short-run CD replication. In about 4 to 5 days for $320, customers can get 100 to 500 replicated CDs with full-color offset printing.
“I used to buy CD duplication from a local duplication house because I didn’t have the option to replicate small number of discs in short-time,” said one of the satisfied clients of New Cyberian. He then added: “Now I have this option and I will never go back to use CD duplication again. There is a big difference in impression. Duplicated discs look cheap and amateurish, replicated discs look much more professional.”
To learn more about this amazing service please visit New Cyberian website at http://www.nwcyberian.com
About New Cyberian Systems Inc.
New Cyberian was founded in 2000 by a group of musicians, engineers, and song writers who were the participants of a business game in an MBA program. The students carried on the business to the real world after leaving the school. With the unselfish desire to help the customers, New Cyberian has been the pioneer in high quality and low price leader in the CD DVD replication industry.