Announcing the Super37: MeMe Antenna Edition

Featured here is the first solid wood version of our Super37 eurorack keyboard, produced in collaboration with Meme Antenna and Lio&Linn-wood+metal- of Brooklyn, New York.  This is an all-walnut, completely handcrafted Eurorack modular synthesizer enclosure with an integrated 37-note keyboard. It is powered by a Tiptop uZeus, pocketed in to the rear of the keyboard to save rail space. It features the Super Keyscan module, providing v/oct, gate, trigger, and velocity outputs, glide, and a +/- 1 octave switch. The Super Keyscan occupies 6HP of a total 104HP available in the Tiptop Z-Rails with threaded inserts. MIDI output and a Sustain pedal input are located on the rear of the keyboard. Handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York by ” Lio&Linn-wood+metal- “.

 

Case Specification:

  • Material: Walnut
  • Color: Brown
  • Rack Width: 104 HP (6 HP used by Keyscan Module)
  • Rack Interior depth: 2 3/8 in (50.80mm) - 3 7/16 in (87.31mm)
  • Exterior Dimension: (L x W x H): 22.5 in (571.50mm) x 14 in (355.60mm) x 2.75 in (69.85mm) - 4.75 in (120.65mm)
  • Weight: 12 lbs


Keyboard and Keyscan Module:

  • Semi-weighted 37-note Keyboard
  • Module Width: 6HP
  • Power: ~15mA @ 5V, ~10mA@+12V, ~10mA@-12V
  • Output: v/oct (0-5V), Trig (~1ms 5V pulse), Gate (5V), Velocity (0-5V)
  • Octave Switch: +/- 1 Octave
  • Glide Knob: Glide amount applied to v/oct output
  • MIDI Output: Always active, and sends note and sustain message.
  • Sustain IN: Hold the GATE output high, and send MIDI Sustain message


Power:

  • uZeus Power Supply with Flying Bus Cable (15 Power Connectors)
    • uZeus provides maximum of 1000mA at +12V, 500mA at -12V, and 170mA at +5V.
    • Please read uZeus manual for more information, especially the jumper setting for -12V Rail
  • Cincon 15V dc 1.67A Adapter:
    • Input Voltage Range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC
    • Output Power Rating: 25 W
    • Output Voltage (Channel 1): 15 V

Output Current (Channel 1): 1.67 A

 

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