Audio Video Recovery Systems

(774) 231-8391


About Our Audio Video Recovery Services in Massachusetts

Technology, especially the modern variety, is great. But there is always that unspoken caveat applied to it: “yes, when it works.” At Audio Video Recovery Systems (AVRS), we understand that tech, new or old, doesn’t always work as it should or last as you would hope. That is why we go to great lengths to apply our skills to provide in-depth assistance to our customers. We understand the stress and difficulty that can come from thinking valuable material is lost forever. That is why we are happy to provide archive retrieval services throughout the region.

AVRS specializes in audio video recovery services in Massachusetts. Our many years as video recovery experts have taught us that repairing the recorder is only one facet of recovering lost footage. Often, it is the damaged footage itself that requires attention and repair.

Thanks to the experience we’ve gained from helping many customers over the years and working with a wide range of different types of materials and equipment, we’ve built up a vast skill set. We take those skills and deftly apply them to provide prompt and thorough archive retrieval services.

As technicians, we're in a unique position to also identify problems with your video equipment. In addition, we can modify our own equipment for playback to achieve the best results possible. We work hard to provide the results you need through our damaged video recovery process.

Who We Help

Technology is deeply embedded in nearly every industry you can imagine. That is why our list of clients is an extensive one. We are ready to help any company, agency, or individual recover and restore information that they thought was lost. There is no project too large or too small for us to direct our attention and skills. We are happy to help anyone who needs us. Our clients include:

  • Schools, hospitals, universities, and government agencies have all benefited from our maintenance, restoration, and upgrading of extensive audio/video libraries and archives.
  • Police and fire professionals with surveillance tapes, audio/video evidence, and accident reconstruction.
  • Legal professionals and law firms with surveillance, evidence, and depositions.
  • Videographers with the enhancement or recovery of damaged production footage.
  • Producers with timely format transfers and duplication.
  • Private industries with instructional tapes and sales materials, in either video or audio format.