The QJB110 displays album cover art, artist info, song titles and more right on the unit’s 15-inch touchscreen.
October 14, 2007 by Rachel Cericola
Just because you dabble in digital music, it doesn’t mean you can’t get it delivered with some old-school charm.
Qsonix has just announced the Nostalgic Digital Jukebox, also known as model QJB110. Handcrafted of solid walnut and die cast metal, the unit has a built-in 360-watt amp, speakers and a subwoofer—and the 500GB hard drive can hold up to 9,000 CDs. Not content at just being a stand-alone unit, the system can also be configured to stream to four zones simultaneously.
The Nostalgic Digital Jukebox uses the Windows Media Audio (WMA) Lossless compression format, boasting sound as good as your original CDs.
Other features include iPod transfer, CD burning, web browsing, automatic Internet updates, and an interface that links to new music via the MusicGiants Store.
If this thing is a-rockin’, it must mean that you’ve called a dealer; it doesn’t seem to be available any other way, and no pricing was available.
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