We’re proud to present this very Special Edition of Rock-Ola’s classic Digital jukebox, which was created to celebrate the company’s 90th anniversary.
This machine has a limited production run of just 25 units, each of which is individually numbered, and it differs visually from the standard model by virtue of its clear acrylic panels lining the bubble tubes. The effect of replacing the regular opaque covers with these is to give the jukebox an unprecedented sharp, clean look that stands out.
Also featuring for the first time on the 90th Anniversary model is the brushed aluminum cabinet casing and the backlit Anniversary graphics on either side of the screen. All in all, it’s a stunning offering from America’s last remaining jukebox manufacturer and a piece that needs to be seen up close to be truly appreciated.
Drawing inspiration from the Wurlitzer 1015, the world’s first ‘original jukebox’, this classic design has endured over 50 years with very few changes and the standard model continues to be one of the Games Room Company’s most popular products. Its slimline build is echoed on this Special Edition version and allows it to fit comfortably in a room where space is at a premium by virtue of being only 48cm (19inches) deep. It has the honor of having the best sound quality of any new jukebox, and with a whole terabyte of memory represents the ultimate storage system for all your favorite tracks. With a 19” touchscreen monitor, you can sort through your extensive music collection, which the Music Center will then deliver using its 5 sophisticated internal speakers and QSC amplifier, to bring you perfect sound quality at both high and low volumes.
The more digital focus of the Rock-Ola Slimline Music Center jukebox means it is better suited than ever to mobile devices and sophisticated MP3 players, allowing you to download directly from a USB device, sync playlists to your device, or simply play your MP3 directly through the jukebox. You can also use the retractable CD tray, seen here just below the screen, to load up to 13,000 CD’s into the jukebox’s memory and the machine itself will then retrieve the relevant cover art from the internet to display on the touchscreen monitor.
The Bubbler shares the Wurlitzer’s famous grille and gets its name from the pockets of air that float to the top of the eight bubble tubes lining the machine, as they slide through numerous deep hypnotizing colors, making the Bubbler as enchanting to the eye as it is to the ear. The Bubbler’s sophisticated 5 internal speakers employ a Dual 3-Way system for ‘Live Performance Reproduction’, creating a sound quality so perfect that you can close your eyes and swear your favorite musicians were playing the music right there in the room with you. It is also possible to link the Bubbler to an existing in-house Integrated Music System, such as Sonos.