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Teenage Engineering is making Capcom-themed pocket synths

Kris Holt
·Contributing Writer
·1-min read

Teenage Engineering has teamed up with Capcom for its latest series of pocket-sized synths. The PO-128 Mega Man and PO-133 Street Fighter models, which each cost $89, include samples and animations from the respective game franchises.

The Street Fighter micro sampler is based on the PO-33 and it's available today. It includes a 40-second sample memory and built-in recording microphone. The Mega Man live synthesizer and sequencer, meanwhile, has parameter locks, glide control and punch-in effects. You can get your hands on that on December 2nd.

The product page for both devices offers a sample (so to speak) of the types of sounds you can create with these synths. The Street Fighter edition, for instance, includes Chun-Li's laugh and the iconic "Haduken!" line.

Teenage Engineering has released other variants of its pocket operator over the last couple of years, including a limited-edition Ghostly one and a Rick and Morty-themed model. Meanwhile, if you're really into the Street Fighter synth, you can buy the Honda S660 Teenage Engineering kitted out to promote it. It'll cost you at least $27,500, and the company will toss in five of each synth and some other goodies to sweeten the deal.

Teenage Engineering Street Fighter Honda
Teenage Engineering Street Fighter Honda