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BeepBoop Electronics BBCV Radio Eurorack 1U Radio Module

£119.00 inc. UK VAT

£99.17 ex. VAT

Available on back-order

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Product Info

The Beepboop CV FM Radio is ready to receive transmissions and be shipped around the world!

The Taperack system needed a noise source and after watching a documentary in which Delia Derbyshire describes white noise I felt inspired. What better noise source than a radio between stations?

Imagining what it would have been like to make Tape music before synthesizers has led me to start experimenting with my Nans old radio. I loved the plethora of material available for sampling as well and the noise between stations.

As I don’t make a Beepboop Oscillator I think a radio is a rather fitting sound source for the Taperack system. Perfect for sampling into the uTape scrubber (or upcoming 1U Taperack system).

The module is a manually scannable CV FM radio for eurorack. The radio is tuned using either its main manual frequency scanning knob or with a bipolar CV signals. The large TUNE knob scans the full range of FM stations. The smaller knob can be used as a fine tune when no CV is patched into the CV input jack. Once CV is applied to the CV input jack the second knob acts as an attenuverter and is best suited for signals between +/-5V.

The module comes fitted with an AM coil fitted to the rear which improves the reception of lower frequency stations but does make the module 46mm deep.

The module has been adjusted so that BBC Radio 2 (88mHz) is furthest on the left and Hits radio (106.5mHz) furthest on the right which covers almost all FM stations available in the UK. When in the centre position (BBC Radio 1) the tuning can be CV controlled up or down to either extreme.

The module responds best to step voltages when jumping between stations. Try patching a sequencer to the CV input and then tune each step to a different station.

The module is just under 50mm, making it skiff friendly, but It is possible to use smaller stand offs if you require the module to fit into a palette case (45.5mm). You can purchase these here.

Includes power cable and mounting screws. Intellijel format.


  • Width: 18hp
  • Depth: 35mm
  • Height: 1U
  • Power: +12v 28mA / -12v 10mA

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