In 1877, Edison invented a kind of recording installment which recorded 8 seconds sounds for the first time in the world.
In 1977, Germany inventor Andreas Pawell applied for the patent in the name of the system of portable record which downsize the large stereo and replay a living voice.
In 1997, the South Korean Moon and Hwang invented the portable MP3 Player and applied for the relevant patent.
In 2010, Steven Wan and his team of acoustic fans from China combined the portable player with the HIFI stereo and created the first Pocket HIFI whose SNR is up to 108 dB and can play the audio files of 24 bit/192 KHz SR perfectly in the world.
The three world first of Pocket HIFI
The first portable player can play the audio files of 24 bit/192 KHz.
The first portable player whose jitter less than 5 picoseconds.
The first portable player can promote a 300 ohm earphone.
Regius walnut: black walnut in North America
The outer casing material of the Pocket HIFI C4 player is made of the black walnut in North America. The black walnut had been called regius walnut. The pleasant vignette is formed by the clear, smooth glossy and wavelike grains and the clear annual ring. It provides each music fan a unique player.
Precision: it is manufactured manually.
Wan's team adopted to process the wood by the CNC numerically controlled machine in the constant temperature and humidity workshop. The design and the special curve on the wood were engraved manually.
Be made manually in the environment of the constant temperature and humidity.