Teenage Engineering was founded in 2005 by Jesper Kouthoofd, Jens Rudberg, David Eriksson and later joined by David Möllerstedt, who previously headed the audio department at EA DICE. Their first product, the OP-1, was introduced at the NAMM Show in 2010.

Following the success of the OP-1, the company began working with the Stig Carlsson Foundation to develop the OD-11 speaker, inspired by a speaker of the same name manufactured by Sonab and designed by Swedish designer Stig Carlsson in 1974. It was well received for its minimalist design, a faithful reproduction of the original, and for its sound quality.

Teenage Engineering aimed to maintain Carlsson’s goal of designing a speaker for use in a “regular home”, rather than one designed to be used in an unrealistically ideal, noiseless environment.

Teenage Engineering in collaboration with Capcom are proudly shouting out: “Hadouken!”

With the Teenage Engineering Capcom Pocket Operator Series, you can 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!

POM – Pocket Operator Modules

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