Behringer today introduced their 3-tier Eurorack stand, designed to hold three of their Eurorack chassis or semi-modular synths.
The design is essentially a clone or off-brand take on Moog’s 3-tier Euro stand, below, which was introduced in 2015, along with the Mother-32:
While Behringer has copied many of the features that make Moog’s rack an attractive solution, they also appear to have duplicated some of the downsides of Moog’s solution: limited scalability and awkward power.
With the original Moog version, you can buy two sets of the rack ends and overlap them to extend your modular up to four tiers, but the lack of a straight extension for the sides means that the solution doesn’t easily scale to taller systems. At this point, powering a 3-tier system also typically requires 3 power cords and possibly losing substantial rack space for power switches.
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