can i burn cd?

is it possible to make my own cd without cd writer?
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calacucciaCommented:
NO
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pwoolfordCommented:
It is possible if you can get the stamp die from the producers.  A CD writer is the best alternative.
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creep81Author Commented:
not able to make me believed
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pwoolfordCommented:
How else do you think you can make a CD ?

What do you have and what do you want to do ?
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pwoolfordCommented:
How else do you think you can make a CD ?

What do you have and what do you want to do ?
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mitrakisCommented:
You cannot create your own CD without a CD-writer.
Though, you don't need to use a CD-writer connected to a PC.
Philips e.g. has stand-alone devices to copy/burn CDs.

Note, that these kind of writers are more expensive than the ones designed for use with a PC.

If this is not the answer you've expected reject this answer, repost your question and be more specific.

pwoolford:
I never heard of a stamp to create CDRs or did I miss something ;)
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pwoolfordCommented:
When MS or whoever create CD's they don't burn them with thousands of CD writers (think how long that would take).  New CD's are stamped out with a die (much like a coin)
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calacucciaCommented:
Well,

pwoolford certainly has a point there

stamping is the answer for creep81, but not the solution, unless he has an incredible amount of credit/cash.

Y'all, check this website if interested:

http://www.mediatec-inc.com/

Especially the link to 'CD-replication shows some pictures of a CD-production environment.

Also about this topic
http://www.datadisc.inter.net/services/replication.html

And the ultimate manufacturing page (a very interesting link:

http://www.hk-mfg.com/1making.html

Bye, Calacuccia
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pwoolfordCommented:
They used to make CD's at the Virgin record store in Tottenham Court Road, London (7 - 10 years ago).  I don't know if they still do.  It is very interesting to go and watch.  I think it was Tubular Bells they did there (what else)
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