In 2011, a South Korean company called WideaLab released the first Aurender product: the S10 reference music server. Harry Lee was the man at the helm, an engineer and music lover who assembled a team of like-minded engineers that at the time were working to produce a music server. Lee had bigger goals, and was looking to build something he would be proud to own.
Lee was designing Aurender’s next server (the W10) when he joined up with a former engineering classmate K.K. Lee, founder of TVLogic, and the two went into business together. Now with enhanced resources, the Aurender team started designing and building custom servers using its own boards. Aurender continues to build high-quality audio products for both audiophiles and music lovers who want to enjoy operational convenience, simplicity, and excellent sound quality. Its award-winning products are developed and manufactured in South Korea, while product design and marketing is done in California.
One of the statements on their website really hits home for us: Love your music on purpose.
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