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jukebox

A system for archiving data in which older information is stored on DVDs and accessed by mechanically loading the disks and playing them, much the way conventional coin-operated jukebox played 45-rpm records in mid-20th century.
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"I have jukeboxes from 1936 -- 1983 all in working order, its a weakness of mine that I've had since a small child when I didn't even have coins to be able to listen to them," reminisces Antonis.
'To know why our jukeboxes are a must-have for celebrities like Madonna, you have to feel, touch, hear and see them.
Paul Taylor, speaking at the launch of The Jukebox Gallery, located in Virgin Megastore at Mall of the Emirates, explains the concept "To know why our jukeboxes are a must-have for celebrities like Madonna, you have to feel, touch, hear and see them.
Nokia's Will Harris said: "The human jukeboxes are a great way for people to hear a mix of their favourite songs both old and new."
AT&T will provide high-speed Internet access to current and future TouchTunes digital jukeboxes during the contract term, at bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other venues, where its service is accessible.
Initially, DVD recording jukeboxes were not able to record CDs, which made it difficult for users to replace their CD jukeboxes, and the first-to-market DVD technology called DVD-RAM could not be exported and read in standard DYD-ROM drives.
Black researched the available optical jukeboxes and priced an HP SureStore 80EX and an HP SureStore 400.
JUKEBOXES, or multi-selector phonographs, first appeared in amplified form in 1928 - and often cost more than a car.
Rising Edge Technologies, Herndon, Va., has introduced an alternative to traditional software support of optical jukeboxes with their new family of Jukebox Server products.
With disc-storage systems of all types gaining support in many markets, PoINT Jukebox Manager version 3.0 supports CD, CD-R, DVD-ROM, and DVD-RAM jukeboxes. Version 3.0 also handles multi-drive jukeboxes with mixed-drive configurations.
Up to 63 jukeboxes can be daisy-chained together in a tree configuration to distribute information to other workstations throughout a network.