dnr Laboratories

dnr Laboratories
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dnr Laboratories
Don Gamsjager, CTS Founder & CEO
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DNR Laboratories
76 Westbury Park Road
Suite 101e
Watertown, CT 06795
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DNR is a growing audio and video system integrator, focused on design, installation, customer service and education.

Our objective is to clearly develop audio and video solutions which are extraordinary in terms of technology and design. For that, research and development are as important to us as first-class knowledge in design and logistics. These competencies and our extensive inventory enable us to respond quickly to our customers’ requirements to achieve specially tailored solutions in extremely short time periods.

Our well versed installers are passionate about AV. Our team of nearly two dozen professionals includes a full-time licensed E1 electrician, a programmer, and a complete staff of installers. Based in Watertown, Connecticut, we have completed hundreds of extensive projects in Connecticut, New York and Vermont. Each year, DNR completes more than 30 large systems and more than 100 small to medium size installations… each to exceptional quality.

reliable new service vehicles
diagnostic tools valued at over $20K per technician, for calibration generation and true signal testing
fully insured & properly licensed
E1, C5 and E2 professionals on staff
all technicians hold CTS certification (several of whom hold CTS-D), and electroacoustics
extensive training in Rational Acoustics F
extensive training with most manufacturers
telephones answered personally… no phone tree
we won’t leave a job until the customer says it’s right
inhouse design department with combined 30 years of experience
unlimited supply of resources for information on all technology
strength of 15+ years in business solving customer problems
Take a look at our work, speak to our many satisfied customers, and CONTACT DNR to learn how we can create a solution for you.

“The word custom…
is often used in systems integration. Custom can mean uncharted territory and untested products and is often used as an excuse for a design failure. I named the company DNR Laboratories for a reason, it is in our laboratory that we do our research and development… we do not have our clients test new products. A manufacturer’s promise of functionality is not enough. As a result, we have become a reliable resource for manufacturers who have come to trust our product evaluations, and as a result we now enjoy a very special relationship that has us punch well above our weight in our design process for our client requirements.”

Don Gamsjager, CTS
Founder & CEO

Member Since:
January 2021

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