Retro Reproduction Jukeboxes
In the past, the jukebox was a coin-operated music device that was known for having a rounded top and colored lighting on the front and sides of the machine. Jukeboxes were found in diners and restaurant booths, allowing patrons to listen to their favorite hits on 78 and 45 rpm disks. Although the functionality of the jukebox has changed dramatically over the years, we have still been able to keep the style of the originals. Our product selection offers Crosley replica jukeboxes that are sure to create a quality listening experience. Several of our jukeboxes feature cd players and radios. Our digital jukeboxes allow listeners to enjoy their favorite music free of cds and records. The digital bubbler jukebox features the latest in computer and audio technology, allowing listeners to get music and videos directly from the internet. The iJuke is another popular product that allows you to connect your iPod directly to the jukebox. Listen to your iPod for hours, creating a music environment for the whole family to enjoy.
For those listeners looking for a more traditional jukebox, we also offer jukeboxes that look similar to the original style. Our Crosley jukebox line consists of fine replicas that have been updated to fit our times. These antique style jukeboxes contain am/fm radios and cd changers. Our bubbler jukeboxes are great for entertaining guests and recreating your favorite retro scene. Our Wurlitzer replica jukebox and Elvis Presley Baby Bubbler Jukebox combine the bubble tubes and neon lights of a jukebox with a cd player functionality. Listen to your favorite music and decorate your room to look like your favorite decade.
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Crosley CR17 iJuke
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