Overview

The Teenage Engineering OP-1 is a revolutionary portable synthesizer, sampler, and controller packed with features and sounds. Ten synth engines, eight built-in effects, 4-track recorder, and a brilliantly simple interface pushes the boundaries of what a small gadget like this can do. Shop Reverb.com today for the best deals on new and used Teenage Engineering OP-1 synths.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • OP-1 Portable Synthesizer Workstation
Finish
  • White
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • Sweden
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Reviews for the Teenage Engineering OP-1 Portable Synthesizer & Sampler
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  • Why so overpriced?

    These can be bought new, directly from TE for $1300 USD, and the old model was only $800. People are trying to turn a profit on these in a pretty shady way. It should be noted that some of the old units had problems with their screens, and if it goes bad you're outta luck.

    2 people found this helpful

  • OP-1 available again

    BRAND NEW OP-1s, upgraded AMOLED screen, available from TE as of yesterday.

    1 person found this helpful

  • You are not paying for the materials . And I found a 10$ solution for the ground noise.

    Verified Purchase

    You are buying what you will start making with it. My only problem was the ground noise when connected to computer over USB. The setting to disable charging didn’t help with the noise like it said in the UM. I wanted to be able to send/ receive MIDI and not have noise. I tried a cable with a ferri…

    1 person found this helpful

  • One of my favorite pieces of gear

    An all around amazing little machine. Built like a tank with insanely long battery life. Very portable. The workflow takes a bit of time to get used to, but it's completely worth it.

  • iconic design but typical swiss maintenance fuckover

    Verified Purchase

    op-1, ableton, access virus, swiss genius comes with high price and slack support, no midi or cv for op-1 without oplab and might can blow up your op-1 connector board and good luck finding even the part itself i recommend boycotting all swiss engineering untill you can afford a Koenigsegg