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JukeMaster 100 MP3 jukebox

updated 04:05 pm EST, Mon November 13, 2006

Tabletop MP3 Jukebox

X-Treme Geek is selling the JukeMaster 100, which, as the name suggests, is designed to operate like a miniaturized '50s-era jukebox. Owners insert a standard or MP3 CD into the back, and use the letter and number buttons on the front to queue up a particular song. Lights and record-player samples are triggered as the songs load. A holder for index cards lets you browse titles, though the only included cards are for the bundled album, "100 Hits From the '50s & '60s." Music is fed through headphones, integrated speakers, or a line-out jack connected to an external system. The JukeMaster 100 costs $249 and is available now.



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