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  • Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor Speaker Cabinet Question



    Hey Guys,</P>


    I found a Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor speaker cabinet on ebay, but have no idea what it is. The picture isn't very good, and the seller knows nothing about it, other than it's tube powered. I was wondering if anyone here might know anything about these speakers? Perhaps a Baldwin organ owner?</P>


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...ayphotohosting</P>


    The name implies some kind of rotary device, but could be misleading. It's close to me and cheap (hopefully stays that way) so if it is something if interest to a classical/theater/hammond organ guy, I would check it out.</P>


    Anybody have any thoughts?</P>


    -Jon</P>


    P.S. I don't have any real organs, so it would have to be modified to work with keyboards/virtual organs.</P>

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    Re: Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor Speaker Cabinet Question

    Baldwin Panoramic Tone was comprised of aslow speed rotor and reverb. You can read more about Baldwin organs at http://theatreorgans.com/hammond/ken...gan%20Page.htm

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      Re: Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor Speaker Cabinet Question

      Thanks for the help, John. It ends tomorrow, so I have to decide if I'm interested in it. As luck would have it, I also found an auction for a Baldwin organ very affordably. It's a 711, which I know nothing about. The pictures show a 2 manual with 25 pedals.

      -Jon

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