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Harmonic Resolution Systems: lowering Hi-Fi noise, increasing Hi-Fi music - The Audiophile Man
Always eager to lower the noise floor in order to hear more music, Paul Rigby reviews a range of products from Harmonic Resolution Systems and secures a rare interview with the company “One of the key elements in producing a superb audio system is to have a very low noise floor. Everything that happens to reproduce a musical performance is counting on this fact. How much information is retrieved, amplified and delivered into the room is in a significant way dependent on a very low noise level at every location in the audio system.” So says Harmonic Resolution Systems (HRS) which offers a wide range of noise reduction support products that look to do just that. The array of items from HRS target a complete system approach to preserve the information, timing, decay structure and spatial information of your music and range from items that sit underneath your CD chassis, others that sit on top of your amp, platforms and shelving, others that look like a turntable clamp and so on. Instead of explaining more, I thought that I’d let HRS do that job. I was fortunate to catch HRS during a recent rare visit to the UK. So, instead …