Erica Synths Polivoks DIY Module Bundle 20% Off


Erica Synths lets us know about their Polivoks DIY modules bundle:

Special offer for those, who always wanted full Polivoks in their eurorack – full line of Erica Synths Polivoks modules @ 20% discount!

Bundle includes: Modulator, 2xVCO, Mixer, VCF, VCA and 2xADSR. We have universal 2 voice midi-CV module with master tune, glide and 1-2 voice switch in development. Then all line of Polivoks modules will fit exactly in 84HP rack.


  • PCBs + transistors and ICs – 107EUR
  • PCBs + transistors and ICs + panel – 222EUR
  • Full kits (PCBs + set of transistors and ICs + panel + all parts needed) – 345EUR
  • +21% VAT for individual customers in EU without EU VAT registration number.
  • Shipping in EU – 10EUR, elsewhere in the world – 15EUR

Details on each module are available at the Erica Synths site.

15 thoughts on “Erica Synths Polivoks DIY Module Bundle 20% Off

    1. True. But you can’t get a kit so you’d have to source all your own parts. Also, that gets you the polivoks filter/vca but everything else about the shruthi is totally different (don’t get me wrong, they’re great, just not the same thing).

  1. Wow. I’ve been wanting to get into Euroracks. So, correct me if I’m wrong, but that’s everything you’d need to start a Eurorack unit, minus a case, for about $430. Is that the cheapest way to get started?

    1. In regards to getting started it all depends on where you want to go. If it’s a standard mono synth set up I’d advise eowave/doepfer line of modules for price point and the eowave power/midi unit with bus board and just build your own enclosure.

      1. For a mono voice the Pittsburgh Block is only $299 and quite nice sounding.

        Add a Happy Ending Kit for 150 and you have even have room to expand.

  2. That’s a pretty amazing deal. All you need is a case and power supply and you’re off. The only alternative I can think of is the Doepfer DIY synth (~120 euro). A couple of those and all the parts to build them out will probably run you about the same. You’d gain a filter and an lfo, but you’d lose the MIDI to CV converter and you’d have to come up with your own panel (probably the trickiest part of the whole diy process – at least that’s what I’ve found).

  3. I have one of these on order right now.

    The midi/cv module is not yet available though. And it is NOT included in the above price.

  4. Hi there,

    great job – I used to have a Polivoks and miss it since I had to sell…

    Is the 20%off offer for full kit still going on? How much would be the full set with the Midi/Cv semi DIY kit? Also, I remember the original pic of the Midi/Cv showing a different feature set module, with selectable 1,2,4 voice poly modes, 4 separate CV and Gate jacks. Is that one an option or was just a prototype, not for sale, mot in production?
    OK, last question: if I need some more Polivoks modules,(extra modulator, etc.) will I get those at 20% off too, if I buy at the same time as the full Polivoks DIY kits?


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