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Retro Jukebox

£253.44 (£304.13 inc. VAT)

Retro Jukebox that can be linked to Amazon Alexa

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Bring your music to life with this all-singing, all-dancing miniature Jukebox.

The Jukebox may look like it has stepped out of another era, but it is packed with all the modern technology from today.

It is the first ever Jukebox to have the Amazon Alexa Function built in. With the Amazon Alexa Dot (gen 2) built into the CD door it means you have access to all the amazing features of the Alexa, including voice control as well as all the existing features of the mini Jukebox. By lifting off the magnetic circular panel on the front you can access the cool vertical loading CD player – as well FM radio, MP3 playback (UBS AND SD) AUX socket and Bluetooth playback.  Just link it with an Amazon Account.

The sound is impressive with powerful built-in speakers delivering a warm natural sound.

It delivers an impressive light show with LED tube lighting around the side, which scrolls through 7 different neon colours that you can set to move with the beat.

RNIB Talking Books are now also available via Alexa, follow this link for find out more.

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Activity Ideas
  • Perfect for parties – just write a list of tunes you want and ask the Jukebox to play them – saves messing about with CDs.
  • Use for pass the parcel games – just ask the Jukebox to play a lively tune (Popcorn, Telstar etc) and say ‘pause’ when you are ready to open a layer of wrapping. Just say ‘resume’ when you want to carry on.
  • Ask it to play old radio shows like The Goons, Hancock’s Half Hour or Pick of the Pops and then talk about where people first heard those shows and who they were with? Did they enjoy them? Which was their favourite?

Size: (h) 36.83cm x (w) 26.67cm.

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