New Stylophone aims for retail sales


Stylophone’s manufacturer, Dubreq, says it is aiming its recently launched advanced version, the Stylophone Gen X-1, at MI retail outlets. Dubreq director, John Simpson, says that while the product has previously been sold to retail outlets both in the UK and USA via distributors, Simpson the company is now looking to sell direct to UK retailers. With Christmas fast approaching and an RRP of just £59.99, he feels it offers a good sales prospect.
Still an analogue product, the stylus-played synthesiser made famous by artists including David Bowie and Kraftwerk, has undergone a significant upgrade in its latest version. It has an LFO (with square and triangle waves), a low pass filter (cutoff/resonance), an envelope (attack/decay), a sub octave -1 & -2 switch, built in delay and a pulse width modulation button and retains the traditional built-in speaker and battery power.