Behringer Go eurorack case

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Re: Behringer Go eurorack case

Post by Don Cajon » Mon May 25, 2020 4:14 pm

Great to hear that your PSU seems ok. I'll try to get a replacement then.

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Re: Behringer Go eurorack case

Post by Dennis » Tue May 26, 2020 12:16 am

maybe its a module tho? i had noticed as i racked more and more distortion modules, sadly they bring ALOT of noise into any system / case / psu (just like guitar pedals i should have known better :-D )

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Re: Behringer Go eurorack case

Post by scutch » Tue May 26, 2020 4:27 pm

Got mine today. Really like it. Build quality is good, no loose connections, nothing feels flimsy and the stand provides a nice playing position. Would have liked a bit more of a lip on the built in handle at the back but I don't think I'd be carrying it more than moving around my house.

I don't have the issue with the PSU mentioned earlier in the thread. Forgot how much I hated sliding nuts but for the extra hp and cost vs other cases it's a trade off I'm ok with. With that said I was a bit nervous about plugging a module in that cost 2x what the case does but so far so good.

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Re: Behringer Go eurorack case

Post by OldManZero » Wed May 27, 2020 5:46 pm

I received mine last week and did an unboxing and general overview of how it feels when I switched over my modules from a Mantis in case anyone wants to see a hands-on.

Part 1: Unboxing and First Thoughts

Part 2: Manual Read, Module Loading, and Final Impressions

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