crOwBX Analog Music Synthesizer
These are the board sets available for the crOwBX analog music synthesizer. The Oberheim OBX was an analog music synthesizer released in 1979 and sold for 4 years; it was used by performers such as Rush, Van Halen and Michael Iceberg. The crOwBX recreates the legendary all-discrete analog sound of OBX in a compact 1-to-4 voice rack-mountable version. A user-provided MIDI to CV/gate unit and external +/-19V power supply are needed to operate the crOwBX. Note: the board sets are offered in bare version only for the DIY hobbyist skilled in circuit board assembly. These are not full kits. Documentation available from the cs80.com website consist of parts lists, some construction notes and parts placement diagrams.