Behringer is currently taking the Synthesizer market by storm. From desktop synths (DeepMind12), semi-modular (Neutron), clones (MS-101, Model D) to modules. Now the adventure Eurorack seems to continue. For a long time, there was no update, but now they have introduced a Eurorack skiff case which will come very soon on the market.
The Eurorack 104 is a non-powered skiff case that means you need to buy an additional power supply module like the uZeus from Tip Top Audio. At this price, this case is certainly suitable for beginners as well as musicians who would like to extend their modular setup at a low price. It is also great to extend the Neutron with additional modules (more modulation, mini sequencer or effects).
Description From The Thomann Website
Behringer E 104ACK 104, Eurorack Skiff Case, compact 104 HP Eurorack skiff case for synthesizer modules and other 3U format equipment, rugged aluminum chassis with wooden side panels, 104 HP of mounting space with a mounting depth of 38 mm (1.5″), 52 sliding nuts included for easy positioning of modules, oversized rubber feet for stable positioning on a wide variety of surfaces, dimensions: 546 x 84 x 133 mm (W x H x D), weight: 1.2 kg, designed and engineered in the UK
A Moog Case Clone?
The Behringer Eurorack 104 looks suspiciously like a clone of the Moog Eurorack Case 104. The main difference is the lower price than the Moog case. What do you think?
Behringer Eurorack 104 will be available end of May for a price of 75€
More information here: Behringer
Available here for pre-order