Phoenix II Organ
--- Specifications and price subject to change. ---
American/English Classic Stop List:
COUPLERS: Swell to Great 8 / Choir to Great 8 / Swell to Choir 8
Choir to Pedal 8 / Swell to Pedal 8 / Great to Pedal 8
PISTONS: On piston rails and on Touch Screens Divisionals and Generals Programmable
AUDIO: Two Channels at 100-watts each Two 3-way Speaker Cabinets
One Bass Channel at 300-watts One Powered Sub-woofer
More channels/speakers at additional cost
CONSOLE: Similar to picture shown, in Cherry finish
Simulated veneer and solid woods.
Two 3M industrial touch screens with 17" monitors framed in Cherry wood
Computer with system running on Linux, set-up and loaded with Phoenix samples - no hassles, just plug and play.
-Computer has video card, M-Audio card, Solid State Drive (SSD) installed in case.
Standard Phoenix pedalboard (AGO)
16 thumb pistons (un-engraved) with each keyboard
All MIDI Interfaces and In/Out Board as on all Phoenix Organs
3-Manuial Version with 2 touch screen displays
2-Manual Version with 1 touch screen display Contact us
Shipped in a 60 X 48 X 9 box to be assembled by customer according to printed instruction.
No computer setup needed; when assembled it is ready to play with out further bother.
Set-up and/or installation by dealer at customer request, billed separately.
Ask for quote.
This is a very nice set-up offering you two 3-manual organs ready to play,
and is more than sufficient for practice and performance of most, if not all organ literature.
The 2.1 and 2.2 sound systems have proven to be very effective in producing great sound in residential spaces and even small churches. These consist od Two - 3-way wall mounted speaker cabinets, plus a powered subwoofer on the floor; Two powered subwoofers for the 2.2 system.
Here is a quote from a customer experiencing this sound system on a Phoenix Organ:
"I am simply amazed at the sound and quality of the new instrument. I especially like the French stops. It really sounds like a big romantic organ in Paris somewhere. The balance with the pedal organ is particularly good. You don't get that feeling of muddiness when you bring on more ranks that you do in a lot of digital organs. It's really an impressive sound, and we could never have afforded such an installation if it hadn't been for you, so bravi infinite et merci infiniment! "
-- Dr. Donald Rierson, Director of Music, Tabor Presbyterian Church.
German Baroque Stop List:
KOPPELN: II-I / III-I / II-III / III-PED / II-PED / I-PED
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