What is Jukebox
A jukebox is a partially automated music-playing device, usually a coin-operated machine, that will play a patron’s selection from self-contained media. The classic jukebox has buttons, with letters and numbers on them, which are used to select a specific record. Some may use compact discs instead.
Jukebox Prices In South Africa
AMI Rowe R-92 200 selection jukebox
Classic Juke Box Coin Operated
Digital Jukebox pre-loaded with music for home use
How big is a full-size jukebox?
Although jukeboxes come in a range of sizes, the most iconic dome-topped models such as the Rock-Ola bubbler or Wurlitzer 1015 are approximately 155cm in height, 85cm in width, and 68cm in depth with a weight of around 120kgs.
Is it worth buying a jukebox?
Investing in jukeboxes can be a good investment if you purchase it for the right price and make sure that you find a way for them to make money. If you are just purchasing a jukebox to put in your home that is fine but it probably won’t increase in value and shouldn’t really be classified as an investment.
How many records are in a jukebox?
The machine will hold 70 7-inch records for a total of 140 separate tunes. Users can make their selection using classic numbered red buttons, or via remote control. The jukebox can also be placed in shuffle mode and will cycle through records until told otherwise.