Harmonic Resolution Systems VXR

Harmonic Resolution Systems (HRS) showed its new top-of-the-line VXR Audio Stand ($25,000-$31,000 for a four-shelf stand). The stand, which sports a new frame system, was shown by company founder/designer Mike Latvis. The VXR allows the user to adjust the amount of space between each component shelf, as well as choice of isolation base. Those choices have now been increased with the release of the new HRS S3 isolation base ($2195).

Mike, a mechanical engineer and specialist in aerospace vibrational control and control systems, says the VXR offers higher stiffness and mass than their MXR, as well as maximum adjustability and customization. "It can be reconfigured however the customer wants," he said. "It's infinitely changeable. We can get the customer where they need to be at any time without the need to ship the rack back to the factory." The rack can even be made into a double-sided rack with different shelf spacing on each side.

Anton's picture

What the "high end" hath wrought, eh?

jporter's picture

Jason, I hate to be the guy that points out errors, but you wrote that a four shelf stand is between $25,000 and $35,000. We all know what you meant though. Thanks, I hope you are having fun in Vegas.

JBLMVBC's picture

He probably meant between $250,000 and $350,000 because it is after all, "high end" stuff... Must have been a typo. LOL

Jason Victor Serinus's picture

Sly of you. You are clearly having fun online.