Harmonic Resolution Systems HRS BDI Furniture Isoacoustics
Harmonic Resolution Systems is comprised of a team of skilled engineers, dedicated craftsmen, and product support specialists with hundreds of years of experience in design, development, production, sales, and distribution of noise-reduction components and systems that brings the magic of your favorite music and movies to life in your home. These skills are utilized with passion at HRS to create products with exceptional performance and of the highest quality.
The Chief Engineer, Mr. Michael Latvis, has over forty years of engineering and product development experience with a specialty in vibration, noise, and control systems. Prior to founding HRS in 1999, Mr. Latvis held a number of key positions with industry leading companies. These positions included Design Engineering, Engineering Management, and Business Development Management positions. Mr. Latvis has six issued patents related to shock, vibration isolation, and high-performance audio products. He has worked for a number of leading companies on the development of isolation products for audio systems, commercial aircraft, military aircraft, industrial applications, and missile defense systems.
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BDI (Becker Designed Inc) was founded in 1984 by Bill Becker. Bill, who still remains the company’s CEO and design director, began creating a line of contemporary occasional tables in his apartment in Columbia, Md. Soon he was assembling, packaging and shipping the goods from a 400-square-foot warehouse in Silver Spring, Md.
For its first few years, the company was known mainly for its occasional tables, a largely contemporary, designer-friendly line made with mixed media elements including wood, metal and glass.
Over the years, BDI has evolved into other categories including home theater and home office furniture. It also designs modular office and entertainment systems that include shelving and console units for living room and dedicated office use.
IsoAcoustics Inc. has been manufacturing and distributing isolation products in the audio industry since January 2012. The patented IsoAcoustics technology is based from years of experience in the design and construction of radio and television studios.
The driving force is Dave Morrison, closely involved in planning and building radio and television studios at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for close to 20 years. Dave Morrison was part of the design team faced with the challenges of building the world’s largest multi-media center in Toronto: over 1.72 million square feet, with recording studios for drama, music, and chamber ensembles, special effects, radio and television shows.
Based on patented designs, IsoAcoustics has developed products for the Professional Audio and home project studio, the HiFi and consumer market, and large applications that include Pro Audio, HiFi and Live sound. IsoAcoustics distribution is structured with separate channels for Pro Audio and Home Audio, with product development within these channels. In this relatively short period of time, IsoAcoustics has grown rapidly and now sells in over 60 countries.