Behringer Admits ‘Mistake’, Drops Price Of Eurorack Go Brackets

Behringer has responded to customer criticism of its Eurorack Go Bracket pricing, saying that they made a ‘mistake’ and dropping the price by $30.

Earlier this week, we reported that Behringer had introduced the Bracket, but that some customers were complaining about the unexpectedly high price. Behringer had priced the Eurorack Go Bracket at $79 USD, more than twice the price of the Tiptop Mantis Bracket it copies.

The company responded to the criticism by saying, “There was a mistake on our side. We adjusted them to $49 USD.” Even with the reduced price, though, some customers question why they should pay a premium for a Behringer copy.

“That’s slightly better,” notes one. “But the Mantis 2 tier Brackets, which perfectly fit your Go cases, are only $38. Usually you guys price your items more competitively compared to the products you take your ‘inspiration’ from.”


  • Bracket kit to connect two EURORACK GO cases for 560 HP of case space
  • All hardware included
  • Aluminum construction

Pricing and Availability:

The Eurorack Go Bracket is now shipping, priced at $49 USD.

7 thoughts on “Behringer Admits ‘Mistake’, Drops Price Of Eurorack Go Brackets

    1. Metal work is usually the most costly part for an electronics company, with these types of products (like optional rack ears) it’s being more pronounced.

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