The look and finish of a digital church organ
Not only the sound of your new organ is important, the eye wants something too. When it comes to the outside of your (new) church organ, a number of things are important:
The quality and finish of the organ furniture
A new church organ has a long life. It is therefore important that both the organ furniture and the parts used are of very high quality. After all, in the church, only the best is good enough.
Content Organs has a high standard when it comes to building and finishing its organ furniture. The Content furniture maker is internationally recognized as a high-quality builder, and sources wood from forests that are planted and managed by himself. All our organs are built of oak. This guarantees a long lifespan. So reliable!
Finishing the speaker systems
In addition to choosing the right speakers for the most optimal sound, the construction of these speaker systems is also important. The Content Speaker Systems (CSS) are always supplied in a wooden housing, with sufficient damping material to prevent resonances. These housings can be installed or mounted anywhere. When choosing the right speaker systems and setup, reliability is a keyword.
Reuse of existing material or a new organ case?
If you attach great importance to the existing pipe front, there is always the option to place the audio systems behind, or in the already existing organ case. This way your organ front, which may be decades old, remains intact, with new interior. When placing audio systems in an existing cabinet, we always try to leave the existing situation intact. With hybrid solutions, Content always strives to keep the new situation as similar as possible to the existing situation.
You can also choose to have a new organ case built. Thanks to Content's experience, we can have any desired organ front made to measure, exactly the way you want it. Another option is an organ that is mobile. More and more churches value flexibility. Placing a church organ on a movable platform is therefore certainly an option. Watch some installations here! »