Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-360 Eurorack Case with Power Supply

360HP Eurorack Enclosure with Integrated DC Power Supply, Latching Lid, and Carry Handle
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Massive Eurorack Capacity Built to Move

Take the guesswork out of setting up your next Eurorack rig by building it in a Pittsburgh Modular Structure Eurorack Enclosure. Sweetwater synth gurus trust these robust and elegant racks, which include top-grade, super-clean power supplies, with up to three times the available power found in typical models. The Structure EP-360 is a serious road case with an impressive 360hp of mounting space. It also comes complete with a latching lid, for extra protection while in transit. If you travel regularly with your Eurorack gear, then this is the kind of enclosure you want to have.

Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-360 Eurorack Enclosure Features:
  • A robust and classy powered 360hp Eurorack enclosure
  • Integrated DC power supply offers plenty of power for your modules
  • Made of durable yet elegant hardwood and includes latching lid and handle
Take your rig to go with a Pittsburgh Modular Structure EP-360 Eurorack Enclosure!

Tech Specs

Expansion 360hp available (3 x 120hp rows)
Height 17"
Width 25.5"
Depth 9.25" (with lid), 5.5" (without lid)
Power Supply DC Power supply included. Provides 45 Eurorack power headers (±12V, +5V)
Manufacturer Part Number PMS3012

Customer Reviews

5/5
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5/5

Excellent

I previously had a move 208 case that I grew out of but liked it very well. The Structure 360 is a great upgrade with plenty of room and power!
5/5

Monster Case!

I was looking at more expensive cases, but this ended up having more power for the more modern digital power hogs I use in my setup, and, the power is dead quiet for my analog moduals, kind of ironic when you hear the music I make, but when it's quiet, I must be clean! Looks, Looks aren't everything, and this thing is made to take the brunt of gigging and touring, but dang! It is beautiful! Well built! I play out a lot! Like every week at times, all over the NW and West Coast, this thing takes a beating, but has all most no sign or wear or tear! Lots of room, I was playing out with two 6U 84hp cases, but this allowed me to just use one case, 120ph per row at 3 rows(9U)! You can fit everything you need and then some! And it fits nicely into a On-Stage Acoustic guitar stand, so it can be upright and tilled back.My only complaints are:It's heavy, but so what, It's not a guitar. It beautiful, I just get grumpy when it does get a scratch on it. SLIDE NUTS! WHY? WHY? WHY?!!!! Sorry, I just hate slide nuts, I know a lot a people like them.The handle worries me, given the weight of the case fully loaded like mine is, it hasn't failed yet, and it may never, or so I hope.Bottom line! It's a few $100 cheaper than it's competitors, it is really really well built! Looks amazing! Perfect for beginners to grow into, or seasoned pros.
Music background: Audio engineer / Electronic Music Artist
5/5

Outstanding case

I consolidated a Move 208 and a Move 104 into this Structure 360. I’ve had this case for a few weeks and am roundly impressed with it. In my experience so far, it performs exactly as advertised: lots of quiet clean grounded power in a nicely-built, solid enclosure. The rails have all performed flawlessly for me. If I have a complaint, it’s just that there are no power bus connectors near the ends of the case, making module swaps out at the ends a chore, and potentially making some ribbon cables a stretch.
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