In 1962, Comptons introduced the 'CH2' electronic model which was designed for home practice or the small church or chapel as it had the convenience of internal speakers rather than external cabinets.  A 'HE2' model was also introduced alongside which was technically the same but had a cinema organ specification and designed for the playing of entertainment music.

The  parish church of St Anne in the village of Epwell near Banbury, Oxfordshire contains a Compton CH2 model and is believed to have been installed elsewhere prior to coming here in the late 1960s. 

The contrast between this and say Southampton Guildhall or St Lukes Church, Chelsea could hardly be greater!  What other organ company produced such a huge range of instruments?  This is one of the reasons why I am a big enthusiast of the John Compton Organ Company Ltd.