The Spinet has 18 voices, covering the four families of organ tone - bland, round voices, brilliant voices, and everything in between those two extremes. With the 44 keys of each manual and its 13 pedals, the Spinet has the same facilities as the usual spinet organ. But, unlike so many, its clean, vibrant tones (in three pitch registers for the upper manual, two for lower and pedals) produce real variety of sound, in both solo and ensemble combinations. Neither harmonics nor fundamentals are suppressed or made to sound mushy. The tone generator and pedal system produce seven octaves of basic tone - not the three or four octaves of most spinets - and you hear the difference immediately. The proof is that to get all the sound of which the Spinet is capable, you need the same type of high-quality amplifier and speaker system required for the other Schober Organs; nothing less will do.
Typical cost for all the kits and parts needed for the Spinet Organ is $784 (which you don't have to spend all at once), but this can vary up or down depending on your console choice and method of payment, as explained in the Price List. Whatever your choice, this gives you the complete organ, ready to play - except for amplifier and speaker system. If you purchase amplifiers and speakers from Schober, typical total cost is $146.50 for a sound system built into the console or $278 for an external system, though the latter figure can vary as explained in the Price Lists. If you have a good high-fidelity or stereo system you will not need to buy sound equipment from Schober. There are also optional accessories for the organ which you may want now or in future, but the organ is complete without them.