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Re: blacet modules

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  • nicholas_kent
    ... *In* the Integrator? Quick answer: no, they are frac rack format so they won t fit in an integrator case. The advantage is the racks and power supplies are
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      --- In analogue_systems@yahoogroups.com, "monroeeskew"
      <monroe.eskew@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hello,
      >
      > Does anyone know whether the modules made by Blacet Research
      > (http://www.blacet.com/) can be used in the Integrator?
      >
      > Thanks,
      > Monroe
      >

      *In* the Integrator?

      Quick answer: no, they are frac rack format so they won't fit in an
      integrator case.


      The advantage is the racks and power supplies are pretty cheap in the
      U.S. at least.

      I myself bought a case for $20 from Paia and a power supply for $99 a
      couple years ago.

      If one went to a lot of effort one might be able to modify some
      modules to fit but it's a lot of effort. Generally Eurorack modules
      have small circuit boards, so it's slightly more feasible to put
      Eurorack modules into a Frac case but not something easy enough to
      just do without much effort

      nick
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