Re: [AH] most popular modular module size standards

From Mark Pulver
Sent Wed, Feb 6th 2008, 01:42

whoops.. you're right of course... I mix and match in the same chassis and 
I keep forgetting about the 2/10's of an inch.

Mark
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Jason Proctor (04:33 PM 2/5/2008) wrote:
 >steady on there, chief. Blacet and PAiA are Frac, not Euro.
 >
 >Frac and Euro are the most popular formats in terms of the amount of
 >modules available. the physical dimension are close, but not the
 >same, and they have different power requirements.
 >
 >here is a comparison chart of the major formats.
 >
 >http://www.modularsynth.com/chart.html
 >
 >you really can't go wrong with any of the major formats these days.
 >we're living in the golden age of analogue synthesis.
 >
 >
 >
 >>"Eurorack" probably (Blacet, Doepfer, PAiA, Analogue Solutions and
 >>others) but in terms of availability, all of the manufacturers are
 >>pretty well ramped up and can ship their format on a moments notice.
 >>
 >>Mark
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 >>Danjel van Tijn (04:11 PM 2/5/2008) wrote:
 >>>There are several different module sizes from what I can gather. What
 >>>is the most common/widely avaiable form factor?
 >>>
 >>>--
 >>>cheers,
 >>>Danjel
 >>>
 >>>
 >>>Danjel van Tijn
 >>>m. 604-773-2426
 >>>w. www.intellijel.com
 >>>w. www.myspace.com/intellijel
 >
 >