MATRIXSYNTH: stg/soundlabs The Boat Rocker - Drop-in eurorack PSU for 60HP Moog Boats

Monday, April 20, 2020

stg/soundlabs The Boat Rocker - Drop-in eurorack PSU for 60HP Moog Boats

This one is in via Suit & Tie Guy of stg/soundlabs:

"Just wanted to let everyone know that my power supply for empty Moog Mother-32 boats is finally available. I'm sorry that it took so long, but it's been worth the wait IMHO.

Basically, it's a 1 amp per rail (+12, -12, +5) eurorack PSU for 60HP Moog boats that came with Mother-32/ DFAM/ BFAM/ Subharmonicon/ Spectravox units. Many of you have taken these fantastic synthesisers and put them into larger setups, and have an empty case kicking around and here's a nice turnkey solution for making those empty cases into something useful.

Something really cool about this supply is that it's split into two independently-regulated groups, so if you have modules that generate crosstalk across shared power rails you can further isolate them even in such a tiny case!

Also a little .VCO update, for those of you waiting on that: the production prototypes are shipping to me this week and if they check out I should be able to put them into production immediately. I already have the front panels here so I'll just be waiting on the electronics. For those of you who don't have to deal with the differences in those delays that means weeks instead of months.

Currently it's only for specifically the boats that shipped with Moog's very excellent synthesisers in the format, but eventually I will be able to offer it in packages for the empty boats they sell, Behringer boats of all types, and generic DIY case situations. However for now it is only for the Moog boats that have the holes in the back for power and 1/4" connectors. If you are super excited for these for the generic application please drop me a line, I can support that now but I'm trying to roll this out slow so that I can keep up.

Anyway, here's the product page on my webzone if you want to order one. They are $199 USD. I can't figure out how to update international shipping on Paypal's site so you'll still be paying 2016 pricing for that"

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