Viscount Prestige 100

With Prestige Organs, the musician can perform different kinds of music, from baroque to romantic, with the touch of a finger. All parameters can be easily changed and adapted without the need of substituting the registers like in traditional digital organs. Each Organ has its own personality and possesses almost human qualities.

Technical Specifications

Manuals: 3 x 61 keys tracker touch keyboard with dynamic
control for MIDI and Orchestra sections

Pedalboard: 32 Notes Straight or Straight concave or Radiating concave

Stops: 57 drawstops

Voice controls: Volume- Attack time -Release detune -Tracking keyboard volume -Ensemble (Pipes detune simulation)-Possibility of sending the voices on 8 different Main Out and 4 different Anthiponal Out outputs (simulation of a windchest "somiere")

Orchestra voices: See list on organ description pages. Any voice of each section may be replaced by any other voice of the standard general mid

Orchestra voices Controls: Volume - Brightness - Octave transposer - Keyboard range adjustment

512 Notes for the Classical voices
40 Notes for the Orchestra voices

General memories: 10*8 banks programmable + HR

Divisional memories:
6 programmable + HR for each section
(Man. I-II-III and -Ped) * 8 banks

Tutti: Programmable

Crescendo: 16 programmable steps

Man.I / Pedal - Man.II / Pedal - Man.III / Pedal -
Man.III / Man.II - Man.III / Man.I - Man.I / Man.II

Memory Banks: 8

Divisional controls:
56 thumb pistons for general and divisional memories,
Memory - and +, Set, Cancel, Couplers, Automatic Pedal,
Tutti, Enclosed, Organ Solo and Midi Solo

Volume controls:
General, Man.I, Man.II, Man.III, Pedal, Orchestra, Reverb

Toe pistons:
21 for Couplers, General memories, Memory - and +, Tutti ,
Midi Reverse, Midi & Orchestra Sustain

Expression pedals for Man. I and Man. III with Led control on central panel, Crescendo with Led display on central panel

Cancels: Mixture and Reed

emperamentsManual Reverse: Man. II - Man. I

Memo couplers: Man. II with Pedal

Equal, Meantone, Chaumont, Werckmeister, Kirnberger, Pythagorean, Vallotti, Kellner

Transposer: '-6 / +5 half tones

8 different types of Digital Reverb - Optional Yamaha AFC Reverb. (Active Field Control)

5 bands (digital) for the internal amplification and for each external output

Outputs: 8 Main Output and 4 Antiphonal Out Jacks - 2 RCA (L/MONO - R) Outputs

2 Programmable Jack inputs - 1 Jack microphonic Input with gain control - 2 RCA (L/MONO -R) inputs

Midi: In - Out - Thru

Midi Controls:
2 selectable output and input channels for each section, Program Change, Adjustment of the key dynamic - transposer, filter

Floppy Disk Driver:
3,5" DD (720 Kb) e HD (1,44 Mb), MS-DOS formatted Floppy

File controls:
Read, format, copy, save (settings and memories), load of settings and memories, cancel, rename and file check

With 5 indipendent tracks, till 60000 events, 1292 t.p.q.n. resolution, save on disk as Standard Midi File Format 1

Remote Control (optional):
For the reproduction of the recorded sequences - control for the general volume of the organ

Internal amplification:
5 amplifiers for a total of 400 W - 7 amplifiers for a total of 460W in the model with AFC Reverb.
Delay time for each manual

1 Woofer 12", 4 middle-range 4", 4 horn-tweeter.
(In the model with AFC Reverb: 1 Woofer 12",
4 middle-range 4", 4 horn-tweeter, 2 full-range)

Cabinet & accessories:
Wood veneered matt polished in dark, light or medium oak with brier wood frames.
Lighted music rest, locking roll cover and matching bench

HxWxDxD w. pedalb.
132x176x78x115 cm


Viscount International SpA
Classic Organs Division
47836 Mondaino (Rimini)
Tel +39 0541 981700 , Fax +39 0541 981052

advanced technologic sound magazine
2005 July issue 139

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