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which Gentles, 32, launched in 2003 with $70,000 of his own money.
Using technology and aesthetics as a foundation, the firm's engineers have designed a home theater system with speakers that are only slightly larger than a credit card yet powerful enough to provide "thunderous but precise base resolution," explains Gentles.
The 13-employee company got its start as a distributor for a European-based consumer electronics brand, which Gentles later purchased and brought to the United States.
Downing Street said Mr Prescott decided to meet the Gentles because he felt it was appropriate.
The Gentles, from Pollok, Glasgow, were joined at Downing Street yesterday by members of the Stop The War coalition and anti-war Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn.
Rose Gentle and her daughter Maxine were unexpectedly invited to meet John Prescott as they handed in a letter expressing their concerns addressed to Prime Minister Tony Blair at 10 Downing Street.
Elizabeth Ring-Cassidy and Ian Gentles, Women's Health after Abortion: The Medical and Psychological Evidence.
This tragic trail is brilliantly described in this authoritative new book by Ring-Cassidy and Gentles.
Ring-Cassidy and Gentles point out that North American research on post-abortion effects is both biased and often methodologically flawed.
A spokeswoman said, 'Mr Prescott was in the building working and felt it was appropriate to offer to have a meeting with Mrs Gentle when he heard she was going to deliver the letter written by her daughter.
Here is letter Prime Minister Tony Blair sent to Rose Gentle, the mother of soldier Gordon who died in Iraq:12 August Dear Mrs Gentle, I am sorry I have not written to you before about Gordon.
But within minutes of what was described as a ``forceful'' chat, Mrs Gentle walked out in disgust, she said.