A Futuristic Jukebox That Doesn't Pretend to Be the Old Thing

I've never known the jukebox as anything but a beautiful relic of a musical past. For me, at least, the jukebox never existed to just play music. Instead, it did double duty: neat to have in a bar, clever, vintage, classic, ironic, hipsterish, whatever. I'm sure people who really used jukeboxes in the past didn't care… » 3/07/11 8:00pm 3/07/11 8:00pm

JB7 Digital Jukebox Lets You Rip Your Tunes Without a PC

3ga has just announced the JB7 digital jukebox, which allows the user to directly rip CDs to its internal HDD, negating the use for a PC. Standard rip time is less than five minutes, and the JB7 is available in either 40GB ($586) or 80GB ($625) flavors. Other features include alarm clock mode, USB connectivity, 30… » 2/06/08 5:40am 2/06/08 5:40am

Crosley iJuke Miniature iPod Jukebox

We first mentioned the iPod Jukebox last week, but if that one was a bit too big and expensive for your liking, this iPod jukebox from Crosley Radio may work out a bit better. The iJuke has an authentic look of a 1950's jukebox, stands 18 inches tall and uses the universal iPod dock adapter. It includes a remote and… » 8/17/06 6:20pm 8/17/06 6:20pm

Jukebox Station: iPod Connections, Seven Speakers, Blinkinlights

Take a look at the Jukebox Station, a 3-foot-tall iPod-ready music machine with FM radio, CD player, and an attractive array of LEDs designed by Saffire USA. There's a universal docking cradle inside for any iPod accepting such connections, and you can also hook up your video iPod to a TV using SVideo or composite… » 8/10/06 11:53am 8/10/06 11:53am