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Behringer releases Moog’s original modular systems as Eurorack versions

Behringer is releasing three Eurorack versions of the Moog modular systems Model15, System 35 and System 55.

Off the back of Behringer releasing their MODEL 55 range of Eurorack modules last year, the Behringer team have answered the hardware enthusiasts call for pre-assembled systems reflecting the module make up of Moog’s 5U format systems, originally launched in 1973.

Behringer will release Eurorack versions of the Moog modular systems, introducing the MODEL 15, System 35 and System 55.

To maintain the accuracy of the historical systems, all three systems will contain the complete set of modules found in each bundle available in the 1960s. 

All three systems are pre-assembled in the Eurorack Go case with a MIDI-to-CV converter. The largest of the three System 55 is across two cases, including Eurorack Go Brackets linking the two together; features include impressive designs 914 Fixed Filter Bank, seven 912B oscillators and a 960 Sequential Controller.

In 2015, Moog sold handmade limited edition remakes of these same three systems; System 55 at £25,269, System 35 at £15,885 and the Model 15 at £7,219.

The Eurorack downsized versions will cost £2,599, £1,660 and £1,154, respectively. For more information on the modular systems, click here.

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