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Reviews Teenage Engineering PO 170 £399

The mid-level offering in Teenage Engineering’s new DIY range of modular Pocket Operators, the PO 170 is a self-contained instrument that combines the PO 16 sequencer with five modules that form a fairly straightforward monosynth.

As with its siblings, the 170 comes flat-packed, requiring a basic, if slightly longwinded, self-assembly. The metal chassis itself is folded into shape and the module elements

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