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Behringer EURORACK 104 Unpowered Eurorack Case Standard

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A road-ready Eurorack case built for protecting your modular synths.

The Behringer EURORACK 104 unpowered case provides a rugged home for your favorite synthesizer modules, whether in the studio or on the road. With its durable aluminum chassis and stabilizing wooden side panels, the EURORACK 104 safeguards your Eurorack rig from the rigors of travel and performance. Rubber feet grip surfaces to prevent slipping, while 52 sliding nuts give you flexibility in positioning modules. Offering up 104HP of usable space, the EURORACK 104 lets you populate your modular synth rig with a wide variety of modules to suit your creative needs. Whether you're looking to add more filters, envelopes, sequencers or exotic sound generators, the EURORACK 104's capacious design accommodates larger module collections. Despite the ample interior space, the case maintains a compact footprint perfect for saving room in your studio or vehicle.

Installing your modules is a snap thanks to the sliding nut mounts lining the interior of the EURORACK 104. The sliding nuts provide incredible flexibility in positioning your modules, allowing you to arrange your rig exactly how you like it. No tools are required to move the sliding nuts along the threaded rails either. Just use your fingers to slide each nut into place, insert your module, and then turn the nut with your fingers to lock in your module swiftly and securely. The EURORACK 104 combines rugged protection with stylish looks, thanks to wooden side panels that stabilize the chassis. The richly grained wood lends an elegant accent to the industrial aluminum body, giving your Eurorack case a unique appearance. More than aesthetics, the wooden panels prevent the case from tipping over by lowering its center of gravity.