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Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers Cell [90] Eurorack Studio Enclosure   

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Full-featured desktop Eurorack modular synthesizer case.

Built like a tank, the Pittsburgh Modular Cell DC cases are expandable, Eurorack format synthesizer cases. The cases include a custom universal DC power supply, flexible power rails, and single row hardwood sides. A unique, low profile, heavy duty steel frame neatly houses up to 180hp of Eurorack format synthesizer modules. The Cell DC cases are a perfect solution for studio or desktop applications, yet more than tough enough to pack in a bag and take on the road.

The Cell[90] DC includes a full 90hp for Eurorack synthesizer modules. Modular by design, the Cell[90] DC can be configured as single or double row system. Simply replace the included single row wood sides with a set of double row wood sides to create a beautiful two row case.

  • Heavy 16 gauge steel
  • Rear mounted On/Off switch
  • Rear mounted power jack
  • Sliding square nuts
  • Included 4-40 sized panel screws
  • Included single row hardwood sides
  • Universal DC power supply
  • 15V DC 2.6A DC power adapter
  • +5V power rail included
  • Eurorack bus compatible
  • Width: 242mm (48hp)
  • 9 sliding square nuts per rail supports up to 9 modules 
  • 20 (4-40 Size) panel screws included 
  • 8 module power headers
  • Compatible with double row hardwood sides
  • Width: 456mm (90hp)
  • 18 Sliding square nuts per rail supports up to 18 modules 
  • 40 (4-40 Size) panel screws included 
  • 16 module power headers
  • Compatible with double row hardwood sides

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