Hey, thanks for your comment. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you the exact model of the case. It was a cheap noname toolbox, that I found at the nearest local hardware store. The outer dimensions are 46x34x15 cm. Hope it helps.
Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. Good luck with your project :)
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I don't know what's the operating voltage of the cube street amplifier, but the total power consumption of my setup most likely doesn't exceed 2 amps, so theoretically it would be possible to power everything with just one USB power bank. The volcas and the mixer need 9v, so a step up converter would probably do the job. However, in that case I'm 99% sure you would get a lot of really ugly ground loop noise, unless you find a way to isolate the ground somehow. Some cheap ground loop audio isolators may help, but I would not rely on them. Hope it helps :)
I've just added one to the final step. Thanks!
Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. Unfortunately, it needs a cable with 110/220v.
Thanks, I'm really glad you liked it. I'm traveling at the moment, but next week I will try to find time to write some explanation about which element does what. In the meantime I'd recommend you to read about the devices I've mentioned in the intro part. They all have very specific roles. I haven't really done anything special besides building the case and connecting all units together :) Have you seen my other instructables by the way?
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Thanks a lot :-D
I also voted for your guitar in Reclaimed Contest. It looks cool.
Thanks for the suggestion. I didn't know ground loop isolators are so cheap.
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