Size & weight
RackBrute 3U is a comprehensive Eurorack housing, transport, and protection solution. Featuring configurable positions, dependable power supply, and maximum practicality, you can be assured your precious modules will be well guarded. Once you're locked and loaded, your modular setup will look and feel like a monolith, yet more flexible than ever thanks the Link fastening system and the paired handle. When on the move, it will make the transport of your modular equipment a walk in the park. When in position, it will let you organize your command center the way you want it. Modules don't live on love alone, and RackBrute 3U keeps everything alive with its +12V / -12V / +5V power supply.
When you have to hold your position for hours, it's better to be well set up and to have a clear view of the surroundings. For this reason, we developed the Link system, a convenient and simple-to-use fastening system that allows you to orientate the dedicated handle so that you can give your modular the most tactically advantageous position. Whether prone, crouching, or standing to attention, RackBrute3U will always be on the lookout, ready for orders.
The second trick up its sleeve is the stalwart, ever-reliable, power supply module. Including two independent circuits to supply common modular voltages, it will more than cover your need for +12V, -12V and +5V, providing up to 1600mA in total.Thirdly, its robust power rail includes a sophisticated noise-filtering technology, and provides 20 standard slots to leave plenty of space for your collection.
Uniting your forces under the same banner:
May all modular units meet at the rallying point and be ready for further orders! The RackBrute 6U fully takes advantage of the Link System, and it's not alone. You'll also find the Arturia Link on the more compact RackBrute 3U, as well as the self-contained MiniBrute 2 and MiniBrute 2S synthesizers. What solution will you go for? Will your field of operations be fully based on Eurorack, or the powerful force of analog monosynth flagship supported by a fleet of complementary modules?