Video: BDI Mirage A/V furniture
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Bill Becker, founder and CEO of BDI, talks about special features of the BDI Mirage 8222 audio/video cabinet, designed to hold and hide your audio components.
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Hi. I'm Bill Becker. I'm the CEO and founder of BDI. At BDI we're a design driven company so we really focus on how do we improve on products, how do we innovate, and how do we create something better.
One of our products that's designed for audio components is the Mirage 8222. We have had many requests for a piece of furniture that will hold many audio components, still provide IR remote, and will also handle all the cable management challenges when you bring so many components together. So the Mirage 8222 has a very sleek appearance. It has black glass doors that are IR compatible and it's really designed to accommodate several A/V components and the cabling that's needed for those components.
We really want to make sure that the product that we produce is aligned with who we are as a company and so we're very focused on quality and we make sure that at all parts of the production of our furniture the people that are involved in it also are aligned with that core value of sweating the details.