Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-344 Eurorack Case and Studio Command Center with Utility Bridge

Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-344 Eurorack Case and Studio Command Center with Utility Bridge

Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-344 Eurorack Case and Studio Command Center with Utility Bridge

B&H # PIPMS3015 MFR # PMS3015
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Product Highlights

  • Four-Row Eurorack Studio Enclosure
  • 344hp (86hp per Row)
  • Utility Bridge with Synthesis Tools
  • Preamp and Mixer/Splitter
  • Dual VC Signal Buses
  • Buffered, Cascading Attenuators + More
  • Premium Hardwood, Hand-Stained
  • External Power Switch with LED
  • 79 x Keyed 16-Pin Module Power Headers
  • 160 x Module Mounting Screws Included
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Pittsburgh Modular PMS3015 overview

  • 1Description

The Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-344 Eurorack Case and Studio Command Center is a professional Eurorack modular-synthesizer case with an integrated utility bridge, designed to house up to 79 Eurorack modules. Functions available on the utility bridge include a soft-clipping overdriveable preamp, a fully buffered 2-in/4-out unity gain mixer/splitter, and a dual voltage-controlled bus system with each bus incorporating a 3-channel mixer with offset, inversion, and breakout channels, as well as dual fully buffered cascading attenuators, six assignable bus outputs and bus mixers featuring "And" (mix) output, analog "Or" output, and inverted mix output.

The case is constructed from hand-stained premium hardwood and features eight edge-to-edge through-wall mounted rails, which reduce gaps between modules and the side of the case. Each rail features full row nut strips. The overbuilt power supply delivers a clean, filtered 5A to the +12/-12V rails and up to 3A to the +5V rail. EMI filters protect all three power rails from noise and low-output ripple. The universal IEC power connector features fused power protection and includes circuit protection for overloads and shorts. The Structure EP-344 includes 160 module mounting screws and a standard IEC power cord.

Enclosure
  • Hardwood and steel construction
  • Four 86hp rows
  • 344hp total space available
  • Edge-to-edge rails reduce gaps between modules and the case side
  • Full row nut strips
  • Includes 160 black (Size M3 6mm) module mounting screws
  • Beautifully hand-stained hardwood
  • Matching black-steel hardware set
Utility Bridge
  • Preamp: Soft-clipping with overdrive
  • Unity Gain Mixer/Splitter: Fully buffered 2-in/4-out unity gain mixer/splitter
  • Dual voltage-controlled bus system
    • Each bus incorporates a 3-channel mixer with offset, inversion, breakout channels, and more
    • Six assignable bus outputs
  • Bus Mixers
    • "And" (mix) output,
    • Analog "Or" output
    • Inverted mix output
  • Dual fully buffered cascading attenuators
Power
  • 5 amps of clean +12V power
  • 5 amps of clean -12V power
  • 3 amps of clean +5V power
  • 79 keyed Eurorack power headers
  • External power switch with LED
  • Universal IEC power connector
In the Box
Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-344 Eurorack Case and Studio Command Center with Utility Bridge
  • 160-Pack of Screws (Size M3 6mm)
  • Standard IEC Power Cord
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Pittsburgh Modular PMS3015 specs

    Size Horizontal Pitch (hp): 4 x 86 hp
    Screws 3M 6mm Panel Screws: 160
    Header Module Power Headers: 79
    Dimensions (D x H x W) External Depth at Top: 3.5" / 88.9 mm
    External Depth at Base: 15.0" / 381.0 mm
    External Height: 18.0" / 457.2 mm
    External Width: 19.0" / 482.6 mm
    Minimum Internal Depth for Modules: 3.4" / 85.9 mm
    Maximum Internal Depth for Modules: 6.0" / 152.4 mm
    Weight 14.0 lb / 6.4 kg

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