We already know that Behringer is planning a few Eurorack modular grid. There is System 55 for Moog fans and System 100 for the Roland faction. And of course, all the modulargrid have to go in somewhere. Behringer has built at least one case for this.
Behringer Eurorack Go Case
First, is the easy positioning of your modules with the included 96 sliding nuts. Two rows of 140 HP each offer plenty of space for some modules. Depending on the placement, these may be a maximum of 62 mm deep (rather 40 mm in the upper row). Sufficient for most modules, but could still have been dimensioned a little more generously.
The power supply produces virtually ultralow noise power, according to the manufacturer and has 32 power connectors. It is interesting to be able to set up the eurorack case at an angle of up to 50 degrees. When we look at the holder on the back, we also wonder how stable it will be. Wait and watch.
The Eurorack Go includes 96 sliding nuts for easy positioning of modules, while the adjustable and foldable legs allow for 0 and 50° angling, making it great for working in the studio and performing live on stage.
Eurorack Case Features
- Compact 280 HP Eurorack case, great for synthesizers and other Eurorack-style equipment
- Rugged and mobile chassis to take your rig anywhere you go
- 280 HP of mounting space arranged in 2 rows of 140 HP
- Maximum module depth from 1.57″ rear row to (2.44′) in 60% of the front row
- Over-specified, ultralow noise power supply provides +12 V at 3 A, -12 V at 1 A, and +5 V at 1 A
- 32 keyed power connectors protect your valuable modules from reverse power
- Adjustable and foldable legs allow for 0 and 50° setup configurations
- Easy positioning of your modules with the included 96 sliding nuts
- High-power, auto-ranging universal switch-mode power supply for worldwide use