Pocket Operator Capcom Series Launches

US Teenage Engineering introduces PO-133 Street Fighter and PO-128 Mega Man      29/10/20

Teenage Engineering and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd have announced the Teenage Engineering Capcom Pocket Operator Series. A spokesperson told us, "Play along with the the iconic superhero Mega Man with PO-128. In PO-133 you get the original sounds from the classic Street Fighter games. Make music, have fun, you win!"

Here's the details in their own words...

PO-133 Street Fighter

Micro sampler with 40 second sample memory and built-in recording microphone. Comes with samples and animations based on the Capcom Street Fighter game series.

PO-133 Features

  • Microphone for sampling
  • 8 melodic sample slots
  • 8 drum slots
  • Sequencer
  • 16 effects
  • Parameter locks
  • 40 seconds sample memory
  • Built-in speaker
  • 3.5mm audio I/O
  • Jam sync
  • Animated LCD display
  • Folding stand
  • Break away lock tab
  • Clock + alarm clock
  • Battery powered (2xAAA)
  • 1 month battery life
  • 2 year standby time

 

PO-128 Mega Man

Live synthesizer and sequencer based on the Capcom Mega Man game series, with parameter locks, glide control and punch-in effects.

PO-128 Features

  • 16-step sequencer
  • 16 patterns
  • Parameter locks
  • Built-in speaker
  • 3.5mm audio I/O
  • Jam sync
  • Animated LCD display
  • Folding stand
  • Clock + alarm clock
  • Battery powered (2XAAA)
  • 1 month battery life
  • 2 year standby time

 

Pricing and Availability:
The Teenage Engineering PO-133 Street Fighter is available now priced at £85 inc VAT. An optional Red CA-X case (compatible with all Pocket Operators) is also available now priced at £23 inc VAT.

The Teenage Engineering PO-128 Mega Man will be available from December priced at £85 inc VAT. An optional Blue CA-X case (compatible with all Pocket Operators) is available now priced at £23 inc VAT.

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