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  • Iconic vinyl-playing jukebox.
  • Marshall/Sound Leisure collaboration.
  • Holds & plays 70 7-inch, 45rpm singles.
  • High-definition 5-way sound system.
  • High connectivity inc. Bluetooth, aux-in & aux-out.

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Show-Stopping Vinyl Jukebox

Yes, it’s true. No other audio medium sounds quite like vinyl. It’s the choice of audiophiles, DJs, collectors and sound purists everywhere. Vinyl’s limitless analogue quality takes your music to places where compressed digital media files just can’t go.

And now, British sound technology giants Marshall have teamed up with UK-based jukebox specialists Sound Leisure. This exciting partnership has resulted in one of the most eagerly-awaited jukeboxes of the modern age - the Marshall Vinyl Jukebox.

The needle on the Marshall Vinyl jukebox record player.

Peerless Audio Quality

Your 7-inch record collection will be heard like never before when loaded into the 70-deck, A-B player auto-changer, built to play 45rpm vinyl singles. Select your choice with the Marshall controls on the machine’s front, or use the included remote control. Watch as the machine automatically loads your chosen record, and relax as your favourite tracks emerge from the formidable five-way sound system. This includes two mids, two tweeters and a thumping 12-inch twin cone bass speaker.

Sound Leisure’s own D4 amplifier - especially EQ’d in Bletchley, Milton Keynes by Marshall’s own technicians for the best sound balance - manages the audio, allowing you to immerse yourself in your very favourite sounds.

Dials on the Marshall Vinyl jukebox.

Versatile Connectivity

Alongside the record player, the Marshall Vinyl Jukebox is Bluetooth-equipped. Simply link it to your phone, media player or other device, and enjoy your on-the-go playlist reproduced as an immersive, room-filling performance, with the finest in Marshall/Sound Leisure audio quality.

And if that isn’t enough, there’s an extra aux input/output for a physical cable connection, allowing you to connect almost any input device to this formidable sound system. Add your existing speakers or surround system to fine tune your sound, and control them via the jukebox’s interface.

Track title cards on the Marshall Vinyl jukebox.

Easy-Scan Track Titles

The track title rack revolves as you browse, so you can instantly spot your chosen records and load them up at the push of a button. Use the included Label Magic software to design your own record labels, giving you a uniquely personalised, well-presented record collection that your friends will envy.

Put the jukebox to sleep using the red power switch. When ‘sleeping’, the jukebox switches off, leaving only the Marshall logo switched on to provide a subtle nighttime glow. The jukebox is a freeplay product intended for home use, but can be fitted with a coin mech on request for commercial venues.

The Marshall logo on the Marshall Vinyl jukebox.

Timeless American Style

Anyone familiar with Marshall’s audio products will recognise the retro styling. Black Tolex material wraps the entire cabinet, reminding everyone of Marshall’s enviable heritage in guitar and music instrument amplification. Each Marshall Vinyl is assembled right here in the UK by Sound Leisure’s highly-specialised jukebox technicians.

Gold knobs, trim, piping and logos leave discerning music fans in no doubt as to your jukebox’s impressive heritage. Marshall equipment has been a household name since the 1960s, thanks to icons like The Who, The Small Faces and Jimi Hendrix, right up to modern-day rock legends like Crossfaith, Kaiser Chiefs or Five Finger Death Punch. With Marshall audio in the house, you’re in good company.

Key Features

  • Retro-styled premium jukebox.
  • Collaborative project by industry leaders Marshall & Sound Leisure.
  • 70-disc 7-inch 45rpm vinyl single player (plays A & B sides).
  • Control buttons on machine front.
  • Easy-scan title cards.
  • Custom-built to order.
  • Make custom title cards with included Label Magic software (12-month subscription).
  • Remote control included.
  • Five-way speaker system (2 tweeters, 2 mids, 1 twin bass cone).
  • D4 amplifier with custom EQ curve programmed by Marshall sound techs.
  • 2 x independent stereo channel outputs, 60W RMS per channel.
  • Bluetooth & aux-in connectivity.
  • Connect & control your existing sound system with aux-out.
  • Microphone connection.
  • Special ‘sleep’ mode.
  • Made in UK.
  • Numbered certificate included.
  • Available with coin mech fitted on request.

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Reviewed by: Keith Ashworth-Lord

Wednesday 14th December 2022

Option Purchased - Dime Box : No Dime Box, Coin Mech : No coin mech

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Product Details
70 cm (27 916 inches)
78 cm (30 1116 inches)
141 cm (55 12 inches)
120 kg (265 lbs)
Key Information
Coin Operated
Free Standing
Standard Size
iPod / MP3 Connection

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Hi, what centre's do the 7" vinyl need to be.? Regards, Ian..
The centre hole can be the standard small hole as you’d see when you buy a new 7” record or it can be the larger, 'dinked' hole as used on some of the older vinyl playing jukeboxes.
Asked by Ian. Answered by Joe on 6th September 2022
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