In what city were Seeburg jukeboxes manufactured?
The Seeburg Corporation located at 1500 North Dayton Street in Chicago employed 1,500 people in 1962 making coin operated phonographs (jukeboxes), background music systems, cigarette, coffee & cold drink vending machines and contract electronics. The company was founded by Justus P.
How did a Seeburg Consolette work?
When a selection is made at the Consolette, circuits are completed through the phonograph which permit listening to the program through the Consolette stereo speakers. The speakers continue operation until the phono- graph mechanism comes to rest and are then silent until a selection is again made at the Consolette.
Why are jukeboxes called jukeboxes?
The word “jukebox” came into use in the United States beginning in 1940, apparently derived from the familiar usage “juke joint”, derived from the Gullah word juke, which means “bawdy”.
What was the first Seeburg jukebox?
Model 220 and 222 were not only Seeburg’s but the first presented stereo jukebox in general. Introduced in Oct. 1958, next to this new feature Seeburg decided to drop the 200 selection line and offered 100 and 160 selection models only.
When did the Seeburg lpc-1 come out?
This Seeburg (Justus P. Seeburg Company) LPC-1 ‘LP Console’ is a 100% stock original which was distributed to it’s only location in San Francisco, CA on October 1962 by Automatic Music Sales where it spent 9 years. It was last serviced on location 12/20/71.
What kind of oil does Seeburg use in their jukeboxes?
1953 SEEBURG SELECT-O-MATIC 200 – MODEL 200CU-1P – Working Condition – Cool !!! The Best 100% Synthetic Oil for lubricating Seeburg Jukeboxes.
How do I find out what model my Seeburg model is?
If you are interested in the production figures for these models and the serial numbering you can visit “Seeburg” Production Estimates This is the “official” Model designation as indicated by the manufacturer. If no model designation was provided or it is unknown, a “N/A” is indicated.