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Does anyone know where or if i can find an old-fashioned diner or eating place with those mini tabletop jukeboxes? I think my teenage daughter would love a place like that! Maybe they don't exist anymore - if anyone can think of a place, in the city or even on LI, let me know.
It also has a CD player, capable of reproducing both original and recorded CDs, as well as Various audio formats like mp3. It is a model that would be in the range of a domestic music player in addition to being an object of decoration is itself. Available in different color, such as black piano, oak, white, or even a Marilyn, to give an example.
Jukebox technician Perry Rosen in his workshop. Courtesy of Perry Rosen hide caption. Jukeboxes have fascinated Rosen since childhood. But unlike other kids whose eyes were drawn to the bubbles rising up through the colorful tubes, Rosen says he was always looking through the cracks in the front door or the dome glass, trying to understand how these machines worked.
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Perfect addition to your vintage-themed decor, this jukebox CD player features color-shifting LEDs that exude the perfect nostalgic appeal. One year limited Crosley warranty. This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth to chemicals including wood dust and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Put another dime in the jukebox, baby? Nothing says retro cool quite like a jukebox — chrome gleaming, lights flashing, music pulsing. What if you could add that fun vibe to your rec room or man cave, minus the expense of buying and maintaining a vintage machine circa the s or early '60s?
Do you all remember these? Do you remember sitting at a diner and being able to put in a dime or quarter and play a couple of tunes right at your table? This little table top version would sit at the table in a diner. It was connected to a larger main unit stored somewhere in the backroom of the diner.