op-z accessories


#1

see here:

https://www.teenageengineering.com/press/op-z

and here:

https://www.rubbermonkey.co.nz/Teenage-Engineering/OP-Z-Portable-Synthesizer-Accessories


#2

those prices seem reasonable…


#3

@RisingSon Yeah, I had the same reaction, but then realized they are (hopefully) in NZ dollars. Still means that the OP-Z is $760 USD on their site. Is that what Kiwis are used to when buying goods from around the world?


#4

I’m curious about the sync cable kit for op-z, what kind of cable would it be ?


#5

The leather case looks awesome and will probably age pretty well, but you don’t get any extra space for cables and such so I don’t see how it would be more useful than the roll-up bag. It’s probably pretty thick and offers good protection for the device though.

I’ll probably go for the yellow bag in the end. I like the industrial design and hopfully the quality is good enough for TE.


#6

219.00 for a leather sleeve? Yeah that’s reasonable-if you’re delusional and brainwashed lol. Like flies to sh*t lol…


#7

Besides, being serious, leather is not an ethical choice from an animal rights point of view…


#8

Opz certainly has a ton of expensive and borderline essential accessories.
Ipad
Case
Modules


#9

Just realized the opz comes with a phone stand

https://instagram.com/p/Boffgtzlr45/


#10

h0tscience had 666 followers… Followed to raise it for good measure. Cheers


#11

@sammyjams said:
Just realized the opz comes with a phone stand

https://instagram.com/p/Boffgtzlr45/

Oh, so I take it that’s the inside of the device and the space where you will be inserting the upcoming modules?


#12

Great to see the inside compartment, it realy shows how much thought has gone in to this little device- Even the ‘no module fitted’ is a stand module and the little ‘x’ shapes in the back now make sense as the stand plugs in to them! It looks like it will be easy to swap modules as well with that slide quick release at the bottom


#13

Those right angles and their size don’t look right for a stand, unless it’s a hanger… I would love to see it in use and also a picture of the empty module bay.


#14

@punji said:
Those right angles and their size don’t look right for a stand, unless it’s a hanger… I would love to see it in use and also a picture of the empty module bay.

I’ve seen pics of it on Instagram, at least one of them showed the stand fully mounted. Can’t find it right now unfortunately, but this pic seems to show a phone resting on the stand.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bod6P8kAxzc/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet


#15

Oh, it’s a phone stand module! I guess it works until you install an I/O module…


#16

@punji said:
Oh, it’s a phone stand module! I guess it works until you install an I/O module…

Unfortunately I’m too wimpy to use it. It involves breaking the 2 pieces out of the housing and part of me just wants to keep it intact. Much like the hanger on a pocket operator (which I did break to mount the cases).


#17

Thanks for taking the plunge and opening up the back. Awesome find! More engineering wows for how much they packed into the device minus the cartridge compartment. Design awards inbound.


#18

@PLNB said:
Thanks for taking the plunge and opening up the back. Awesome find! More engineering wows for how much they packed into the device minus the cartridge compartment. Design awards inbound.

Not so much of a plunge, it’s meant to be opened! The yellow rubber feet on the bottom do a 1/4 turn and the bottom pops right of!


#19

You know people are going to invert those legs and use them as an angled stand lift. Hopefully they are strong enough to hold the latest and greatest hefty phones


#20

@PLNB said:
You know people are going to invert those legs and use them as an angled stand lift. Hopefully they are strong enough to hold the latest and greatest hefty phones

Mind blown! Great idea!