Hammond Model Q-40

(In production June 1959 to April 1963)

Equipped with a two channel amplifier, two 15″ speakers and two 12″ speakers serving the bass and treble channels respectively. This tone cabinet in conjunction with a Hammond tone cabinet with reverberation can add the additional power required for larger installations at a minimum cost.  Can also be used alone where sufficient natural reverberation is evident.

The Q-40 is electrically similar to the P-40 but with utility type cabinet is only used where appearance is not a consideration such as tone and reverberation chambers.

The treble speakers are normally mounted in the top. In unusual installations where the ceiling is very low, or cabinets are stacked or radiation is otherwise restricted, it is possible to move these speakers to the holes provided in the front.  The metal diffusers in front of the speakers must also be moved and the wooden covers must be attached under the top to close the holes.

Finish Utility finish
Dimensions 36-1/2″ High, 31″ Wide, 17-1/4″ Deep
Weight 110lbs
Amplifier Type 1 Channel Vacuum Tube
Output Power 55 Watts E.I.A.
Drum None
Horn None
Speeds None
Interface 6 Pin Balanced