📌LAB POINTS
  • iconic portable analog stylus synthesizer updated w/ advanced features + sounds
  • stylus-activated keyboard + sound strip
  • hands-on control knobs for envelope, delay, low pass filter 
  • square or triangle wave forms w/ selectable sub octaves
  • play on the go w/ built-in speaker or headphone output
  • "X" button for pulse width modulation
  • battery-operated (4x AA, not included)

"From quirky beats to haunting melodies, you can twist and warp every note in the palm of your hand." - Stylophone

LAB REVIEW

Dubreq brings their classic stylus synth into the 21st century with the Stylophone GEN X-1. An update to the original 1960's stylophone, the GEN X-1 offers an upgraded feature set for more advanced synthesis and new sound possiblities. Shape your sound with knobs to control envelope, delay, and filter, and play melodies with the stylus on the keyboard or sound strip. The pocket-sized synth is purely analog (just like the classic model) and features a 3.5mm output for headphones or an external speaker, audio in to use as an effects unit, plus built-in speaker and battery-powered operation for playing on the go.

🔎TECH SPECS
  • Built-in speaker
  • LFO: square and triangle wave
  • Low pass filter: cutoff/resonance
  • Sub octaves: -1 & -2
  • Envelope: attack/decay
  • Delay: time/feedback
  • X button: pulse width modulation
  • Mini-jack: in/out
  • Battery operated: 4x AA (not included)

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Stylophone Gen X-1 Analog Synthesizer
Finish
  • Synth
Categories
Analog / Digital
  • Analog
Polyphony
  • 1 Voice

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