Teenage Engineering Accessories Official Demo

Bizarre collection of plastic doo-dahs      11/10/12

In this laid back demo from Jesper, he shows us what you get in the OP-1 Accessories kit - just the thing for a little Christmas present - assuming you already have the OP-1 itself (see our review).

Mind you, you still pay for the style - though these are just plastic, that design and packaging will cost you anything between €9 (crank or brickshaft) and €79 for the Soft Case.




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Synth_Fan    Said...

Have to say I don't get the Teenage engineering concept / approach for music. Anyone care to explain (I'm genuinely interesteed in hearing reaons, in music, why this is worth considering),

12-Oct-12 10:01 AM

Eric    Said...

Well their OP-1 sound great. The OP-1 looks awesome as well.

But using it to make music is clumsy.

13-Oct-12 06:05 AM

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