Turtle Seashore Acquires Wacky Microphone Maker In Bid to Enter Podcasting Market

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Turtle Beach, a maker of well-liked gaming headsets, has acquired Neat Microphones, an organization that made waves with its unique-looking microphones for broadcasters and podcasters.

Initially launched by musical instrument producer Gibson, Neat’s Widget microphone line seemed like one thing Jessica Rabbit would sing into in Toontown. Based by the co-founder of Blue Microphones Skipper Smart, the corporate just lately launched the Bee Line, a set of desktop and moveable microphones in daring yellow and black. The engineer behind Blue Microphones, Martins Sulespurens, can be shifting to Turtle Seashore within the acquisition.

“We’re getting into the rising international streaming and microphone market with two vital benefits – the visionary management and engineering experience behind among the most famous mics of the previous 30-plus years, and Neat‘s spectacular 2021 product lineup,” stated Juergen Stark, Turtle Seashore CEO. “We’re thrilled to welcome Skipper Smart, Martins Saulespurens, and the remainder of the Neat Microphones staff to the Turtle Seashore household.”

The microphones are priced in the $140 range and are aimed at digital broadcasters who’re searching for a singular, visually-arresting microphone with USB capabilities. With podcasting seemingly extra well-liked than ever there’s a giant demand for a straightforward to make use of and good sounding microphone. That these additionally look attention-grabbing feels nearly like a bonus.

The businesses didn’t reveal the phrases of the acquisition.

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