The Behringer Eurorack Go case is now available for preorder and includes an internal 5amp power supply for £230.
280HP is really quite enormous. It’s enough to house a good-sized Eurorack system or perhaps four Behringer Model D synths or a pair of Neutrons with plenty of room for additional modules. 104HP is more of a standard row size like with their Moog inspired skiff case. A case full of 280HP worth of modules is going to get pretty heavy if they are pushing the portability angle.
The Eurorack Go is obviously inspired by the TipTop Audio Mantis case but has 72 more HP and is about 70 quid cheaper. Although on the flip side the Mantis has nut rails and a little bit more depth for deeper modules. I think many people were hoping it was going to be under £200 and so there may be some disappointed fans out there but in terms of Eurorack cases generally this is a huge bargain.
The internal power supply is ideal for people wanting a complete solution. It has 32 bus power sockets for modules. Although there’s no internal audio system, MIDI or CV routing like you find on the Cre8Audio Nifty Case. It has foldable legs to set it up at an angle and a moulded carry handle. There’s no lid as far as I know.
Thomann says that the lead time is 8-9 weeks. I wonder if we’ll see any of their Eurorack modules around the same time?