I'll search for a new sax..maybe jean paul as400? idk..thanks btw
If you are researching NEW saxophones (as opposed to secondhand which always offers more bang for the buck ) you will find , in the low cost saxophones only Chines made saxophones (which is not, in itself a bad thing, it is not that the merit of a saxophone can be assessed by where it comes from) none of them are generally given a lot of thumbs up on this forum,.
It is extremely difficult to judge the quality of any such a saxophone. Even if you hear that one is good, the next one may not be as good or even bad, because quality control, rejection and re adjustment or rebuilding all cost time and money and an instrument which has started its life cheaply to be sold cheaply can ill afford to spend too much time or money. For many companies it is simpler to have the player do the testing and take the risk (assuming that the player in question is able to assess the problems and return the sax) to replace any defective instument.
If you are not , as I suppose, capable of discerning the wheat from the chaff and you absolutely want to buy a new saxophone (instead of a secondhand one) then I reccommend you up your game and buy a Yamaha or a Yanagisawa.
Low end Yamaha are , yes, made in China these days BUT their quality control is such that they aren't any different from the instruments that used to be made in japan( although people still ascribe a higher value to those) .
There are many reputable shops where to buy this at the best possible price
Yanagisawa is a great example of probably the, mechanically, best made saxophone at any price level ( aside from sound preferences).
Buffet has also a cheap line made in China and rather expensive for what it is.
I'd still recommend you to buy a secondhand saxophone.