I don't know the answer to your question but they do have some very appealing prices on some gear. I do note that much of their offerings are only available in 220 which means you'd need a step down transformer or rewire your electrical panel for it.
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If you are referring to Cattylink I contacted them a couple of years ago about Line magnetic for the USA. I received a series of incredibly nasty emails from them for no apparent reason. Imagine if you have a service issue! Shuddering at the thought. This is definitely a public Service announcement!
Well, they do sell 110V components, e.g., https://www.china-hifi-audio.com/en/jungson-audio-amplifier-cd-player-c-27/jungson-ja-99c-class-a-power-amp-full-balanced-deluxe-edition-20th-anniversary-p-2104
You might want to see the review at https://www.tnt-audio.com/ampli/jungson_ja99_e.html
Who knows; the 80 Watt Class A power amp may be a deal at $1215!
Apparently if you simply Google the individual components you get a fuller description.