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Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field

You don't have to be a musician or a synthesizer geek to appreciate the design of Teenage Engineering's OP-1. In 2011, the synth grabbed everyone's attention with its Braun-like design that looked like nothing else on the market and it still stands out a decade later. This week, the company introduced a new and improved version called the OP-1 field, which offers 100 new features such as a thinner profile, upgraded speakers, a new stereo sample engine, new recording formats, 24 hours of battery life, an all-glass high-res display, fm broadcasting, and so much more. 


$1,999, teenage.engineering

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