It’s worth noting the “made in” shell game is played different ways. Some manufacturers, like Hegel, Primaluna and Cambridge Audio, among others, essentially go the “designed in western country” and “manufactured in China” route. Others, like PS Audio, Jolida (Black Ice), and Schiit go the “parts sourced globally (ie China, wherever)” and “assembled in USA”, or other western country. All of this sort of adds up to the same thing, just done in different ways.
There are some companies that do actually design and manufacturer the entire enchilada in a rich country. McIntosh (USA), Gato (Denmark), and Pathos (Italy) and others. But they are rare. Marantz, Luxman, and Accuphase manufacturer many of their products entirely in Japan.
It’s simply the way of the world. And yes, there’s plenty of junk that comes out of China. At the same time, China has some of the premier electronic manufacturing facilities in the world as well. Thus whether or not your China influenced product is good or not largely depends on where it was made in China, rather than the entire country being a trash heap. We are all human after all. It’s not like being made in a rich country guarantees quality simply by virtue of geographic location.