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 Pre-Configured Systems

Pre-Configured systems come complete with cabinets, modules, power supplies, and cables - assembled, tested, and ready to play. Take your choice between Studio Systems with solid walnut cabinets, rugged vinyl-covered Portable Systems, or standard Rack-Mount Systems. We've selected modules for each system to give you a well balanced instrument, but don't let that stop you from creating your own custom system.


Studio System Entry System Purchase Plan
$135 per month gets you a real modular synthesizer! 22-space MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) cabinet, a complete power system, 2 oscillators, State Variable filter, and more.....

Studio System Studio Systems
Studio systems come with beautiful solid walnut cabinets. Built like qualty furniture - you'll want to put them in your formal dining room at home.


Box11 System Box11 Systems
Desktop Box11 cabinets can be stacked in endless configurations to build systems of any size. Unique side-panel designs connect cabinets in very interesting ways using simple plates and thumbscrews. Multiples, power LEDs and power harness are built into the cabinet giving you more space for modules.


Portable System Portable Systems
Portable cabinets are covered in vinyl and include rubber feet, handles, and corner protectors. Cabinets can be hinged and latched together for protection, storage, and traveling. Great for live events or studio work.


QSR24 Rack System Rack Systems
Rack mount systems come with our super-strong 19" rack frames. Rack frames mount easily into 3rd-party cabinetry for transportabilty, or onto studio rack rails. Each frame is 8.75" (5U) high and provides 8 module spaces. The power supply must be mounted behind the modules to the user-supplied enclosure.


Custom Systems
Many people design their own systems with the cabinets and modules that are best for them. Start by selecting cabinets, add power supply components, then add the exact modules you want. Finish the system off with one or more controllers. To get started, see the Custom System Information Page


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