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    Re: Info on the BALDWIN D431

    Hi,

    This model was Baldwin's own effort to break into the high-end digital organ market. It made it's debut in about 1989.

    Baldwin actually designed this series of organs, and were made in a special shop (not the Baldwin factory).

    I have the stop list, and it looks pretty standard. It came with an APS (advanced programming system) module which produced orchestral sounds. That part was actually better than the organ stuff.

    It was made only for a couple of years, as it was relatively well made with pipe organ quality appointments, it only sounded average. It was not terribly reliable either.

    At this point, it is basically an orphan. Baldwin P & O as it existed then, quit the organ business in 1997, and went bankrupt in 2001.

    Beyond that, not much of interest.

    AV

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    Re: Info on the BALDWIN D431

    Hmm, seems that everyone is wanting information on baldwin organs, including myself

    I believe that the D431 was built in about 1989. Also, my best guess would be that it was built between Viscount or GEM.

    Call Music Electronics (www.musicelectronics.us). They know anything and everything about Baldwin organs.

    Also, you can hide your e-mail address from the public and only allow registered users to view it, which would also hide it from spambots.


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    Re: Info on the BALDWIN D431

    How does one hide their e-mail address from others than "legitimate users?

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