After entering middle school in 1970, he began to teach himself electronic technology. This was an accidental opportunity. During a visit to a classmate's home, he saw his classmate's brother playing with an electronic device, which was a passive radio receiver. Looking at this device, he thought of the radio in his home. This device is different from a home radio in that it does not consume energy. It only uses an antenna, a grounding wire and a few electronic components to listen to the sound of the radio station. Curiosity urged him to explore the mystery of this one, and since then forged an indissoluble bond with electronic technology.

In 1978, he entered the Radio Technology School to study electronic technology. Through systematic study, solved many operational doubts over the past years, and laid the foundation of electronic technology for future audio research.

After graduation in 1981, it coincided with the Hi-Fi boom in China in the 1980s. He had the opportunity to design and provide audio components for audio manufacturers OEM. 8 years of work was fascinated by music, and established the main direction in the future.

Coming to the United States in 1989, high-end audio gave him a new impression. In addition to excitement, he also had such a question. Compared with Hi-Fi, high-end audio is more advanced, can its sound only be like this? Why is there such a big difference between audio sound and live sound?

Entering the 90s, with this question, he started research on all aspects of the audio system and developed a new generation of music playback equipment. To accurately reproduce the live sound of the original music performance, the process has gone through more than 20 years from pursuit to realization.

Today, his pursuit of perfection is still endless.


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