At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, Gibson will proudly showcase three amazing Wurlitzer jukeboxes—the One More Time, the E-Princess, and the Peacock. Drawing on the most beloved jukebox designs of all time, the models have been updated to serve the needs of today’s music lovers, while honoring the excellence that Wurlitzer has championed for more than 100 years.
The One More Time CD model plays up to 2,500 different titles with superb sound quality. All songs are displayed on title cards which turn automatically at the touch of a button, allowing full view of the CD's at all times. The One More Time includes a CD changer for up to 100 CD's, vertical arrangement, a stereo amplifier with automatic level control and electronic overload protection, and six speakers in three-way stereo system. The One More Time also features an LED display, and a microprocessor to control all functions, including credit and bonus steps, as well as record plays and automatic memory of the top tunes. Beneath its eye-catching exterior, the model contains 100-240 volts 50/60cps of power supply, an infrared remote control with selection buttons, an output transformer, microphone kit, BGM connector, and two-way speaker systems. Combining classic beauty with modern audio power, the Wurlitzer One More Time has become the most popular jukebox ever built.
Gibson will also exhibit both the Wurlitzer E-Princess jukebox and the Wurlitzer Peacock jukebox for the first time. The Peacock, brand new from Wurlitzer, combines the nostalgic design of a Wurlitzer of the 1940s with outstanding technology, internally increasing functionality and the ability to plays CD's. The E-Princess model has been designed specifically for the commercial market, and includes eCast technology, which provides the ability to send music and advertising into retail and commercial establishments. In addition to the cutting-edge technical features, these jukeboxes feature exquisite artwork and design, with rotating lights, changing colors, chrome, and glitter. Coming soon.Back to Wurlitzer News