Re: [AH] Eurorack options?

From Elby Designs - Laurie Biddulph
Sent Mon, Jan 5th 2009, 21:22

haven't compared prices but I now offer a 3U and 6U sub-rack for Eurorack a=
nd
also have custom power supply options and distribution board

Best regards
Laurie Biddulph
www.elby-designs.com

On Tue Jan  6  7:11 , Mark Pulver  sent:

>
>Remember that in playing the "lets get into modulars!" game it's not just=
=20
>the physical case size, but mounting hole positions and power supply optio=
ns.
>
>All of my rack chassis's are Blacet and I've multi-drilled the mounting=20
>rails so that I can use modules from different manufactures in varying=20
>chassis. And in two of the racks, I have multiple power supply sources=20
>(+/-12, +/-15). For sanity's sake though, I don't mix module power needs=
=20
>within a chassis.
>
>
>Short form though... Yeah, the chassis are pretty expensive. Doepfer offer=
s=20
>a DIY kit of just rails and power supply. If you're handy with wood or=20
>sheet metal, that can help defray the cost.
>
>
>ref:
>http://www.analoguehaven.com/doepfer/a100diy1/
>http://www.analoguehaven.com/doepfer/a100diy2/
>
>http://blacet.com/store2.html
>(BR50K-0)
>
>
>Mark
>-----
>Danjel van Tijn (12:02 PM 1/5/2009) wrote:
> >So next step is I need to get a Eurorack case. The doepfer ones are pret=
ty
> >expensive and I have heard this to be a bit of a criticism of Eurorack
> >format.
> >
> >Are there any other brands I should be checking out? I heard there may be
> >some new ones coming out this year.
> >
> >I guess I could always start with an inexpensive 6U and then stack more =
as
> >needed.
> >
> >
> >cheers,
> >Danjel
> >
> >
> >Danjel van Tijn
> >m. 604-773-2426
> >w. www.intellijel.com
> >w. www.myspace.com/intellijel
>
>)