I like this one. Do i need a power supply with this as well?


If your case doesn't have power you will need a converter module like uZeus with a wall wart or brick style external PSU.


Thanks for the response wiggler55550. i can't wait to get into the eurorack world. love the sci-fi sound it can make. Already i have the System 1m & the Make Noise 0-coast. if i can just get that image above i will be greatly happy..what gear are you using btw


...if i can just get that image above i will be greatly happy..what gear are you using btw
-- RhamptonStudios

Remember you will still need the PSU or your modules will do nothing ; -)
My rack is constantly changing. A while ago it looked something like this this.


Wow,,THAT IS THE COOLEST!!...I love it...to be honest and confess that my budget is really really bad. i barely was able to get that System 1m & 0-coast which is the world to me...awesome setup..but if i wanted a case, power supply and very very simple setup...i would like to get those single units..that go straight up and down but only take up 1 space for ex, your orange 4LFO one. if i can get a very small mini rack with a couple of things that size like your 4lfo and put like 4 items side by side being all the same size in there including the power supply,,i would be happy....in fact i may build my own case being i'm a RC Pilot and built Planes and Gliders,,i may take the challenge and build my own case...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eowave-3U-Perspex-End-Eurorack-Modular-Case/162371428480?trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851&trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D20131003132420%26meid%3De9a37a9581bb4ff296d15ba8512842a8%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D332109285400
this is my budget


...my budget is really really bad...i may take the challenge and build my own case...
-- RhamptonStudios

Right you are. With more time on your hands than money you may find this inspiring: cardboard DIY case. That's what I did. I went for 2 rows though. It's way more more durable than you might think. In fact mine doesn't show any wear after 15 months and five times on the road. It's an easy build done in one afternoon and, of course, it doesn't get any cheaper.