Playing with dolls never sounded so good. The Teenage Engineering Choir is essentially an interactive toy for music enthusiasts of all ages. Each member of the Teenage Engineering Choir is a wooden doll that can serenade listeners with its internal library of classic tunes like “Goodbye My Coney Island Baby” by Les Applegate or Beethoven’s “An Die Freude”.
The Teenage Engineering Choir is arguably the most unique interactive listening experience available. Each handcrafted wooden doll’s design is based on a culture from around the world with a characteristic voice type and range. Members of the choir communicate with other dolls within range, turning any of the numerous pre-programmed songs into a duet, a trio, or even a full eight-piece choir. Each includes a removable, rechargeable interior speaker module capable of performing for four consecutive hours.
The Teenage Engineering Choir brings back the joys of collecting and interactive listening experiences. It’s comparable to collecting and playing classic records but more in-depth. Individually, each doll can serenade its user and guests. When joined with other choir members and paired with a midi keyboard with Bluetooth connectivity, the user can create a complete live performance worthy of a standing ovation.
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