Mar 13, 2013 - 04:01 AM
Your friend might have a point, if we were speaking about an analog form of duplication. For example, if I lent a VHS recording from you, and copied it, I would lose roughly 5% of the signal (or how it appears and sounds) on the tape. . We had have more signal loss dvd duplication company However, if someone else then borrowed the recording I made, and created a copy, we are referring to a digital form of duplication here. You're basically copying 1's and 0's off of a CD, and putting it onto another CD in the exact same form. If your friend is worried about pulling those 1's and 0's FROM the CD, tell her that after you are ripping those 1's and 0's, you are just reading them from the disk. A CD player does the same, it simply feels those 1's and 0's otherwise, and plays those 1's and 0's out as appears.