* Accra - the capital city of Ghana, the first country of Black Africa who gained independence and abandoned the colonial name (Côte de l'Or) becoming Republic of Ghana.
Eurorack case 9U, in aluminium with exotic wood sides - Gaïac de Cayenne or Padouk.
Completely handmade in France.
(No false varnishing tent on wood but its true color although protected against traces of hands, the wet etc.)
Triple frames are in 1,5mm thick aluminium, hard built - the middle sides are also in aluminium - with a hole for cables between the rows (not just a aluminium rails fixed on wood like in conventional cases).There is also a hole on the back of the bottom row to provide the way to pass some accesory cables outside the case (for spring tank for ex.)
Black painted (deep black matt) with varnish protection.
The case is 65 mm deep, confortable for most of the modules.
Sliding nuts for mounting modules in the rails.
2500 mA +12V and 2500mA -12V. 5V present on every busboard via small regulators (40mA each, derived from positive rail)
Short-circuit / Overload/ Overvoltage protected - Recovers automatically after fault condition is removed.
EMI filter. High efficiency.
On/Off switch and power adapter jack built-in on the back.
Four fixed power distribution boards with 50 power connectors in total.
Important: Power is distributed in the way that upper row and a half of the middle row dispose 1250mA - the other half with bottom row provides another 1250mA. That said the power hungry modules are to be transposed on both halfs of the case. Plan it on Modulargrid! :)
Note1: Wall PSU/adapter not provided, MM recommands 4ms Company 90W one
Note 2: Modules presented on photos are for illustration, they are not included