Wouldn't it be great to have a '62 Cadillac that ran like new and got 35 mpg? No one has done that with cars yet, but with jukeboxes yesterday is the future. Gorgeous, gleaming reproductions dazzle with floating bubbles, vivid neon, and preposterous mechanical contraptions to load your records. Some still take your quarter. But there's a lot of modern technology inside all that beauty. Today's vintage-looking jukeboxes, turntables, and radios use modern electronics for reliability and quality, and now they sound as good as they look. You'll be delighted to find so much to choose from, and our Jukebox Buying Guide will make selecting one as fun as pushing B-17 on the jukebox.
Was it the lights of the jukebox that first dazzled you? The thumping music that hypnotized you to approach it, zombie-like, to feed it quarters? We bet it was the other way around: you walked up to that gleaming icon of power with a song in your heart, and it was worth your quarter for you to say, "This song is my story, and I want the world to hear it." Here's the history of how music turned on a dime.
Jukeboxes are nostalgic, but remember they were once the latest thing. Like you embraced them then, you can now embrace the latest technologies packed inside those glorious vintage bodies.
It came full circle: we've gone from vinyl to tape to digital, and now we're playing it all out of the latest vintage-reproduction turntables. Find out how to bundle everything you love about music into one irresistible player.
There were a lot of reasons why we once gathered around the radio and listened together: entertainment, companionship, information, awe, laughter. Vintage radios celebrate those good times, adding modern improvements on the inside to satisfy our new love of high-tech quality. Vintage is the radio of tomorrow.