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    [QUOTE=Jo H;577935]I am guessing it would be VHS. I was actually hoping to install a PC, screen up top and touchscreen where the selection list was. and of course remove mollys head!!! I did get the box VERY cheap, do you think it would still be worth playing with???? And do you know anyone that would be a great source of information to help me??
    Cheers Jo[COLOR="Silver"]

    you would need

    touchscreen with monitor $200-300 depends on 17" or 19"
    pc with software depends who you buy it of $500-1000
    powered speakers or amp plus speakers , cost ? depends how you like it to sound
    2nd LCD monitor to replace the top CRT $ 250 for a 22"

    there is plenty of jukebox software you can download (99% shit) the good software you will be paying
    in short ,, put 2k aside and start. there is no real cheap way of going it

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    ^^ Disagree..

    15" Touch screen - often given away here on AA
    PC - Any old PC will work, grab your self a P4 2.8Ghz - dime a dozen. Just invest in a 500Gb + Hdd
    Good Logitech PC 2:1 speakers will suffice for any games room environment
    2nd LCD - 21.5" Acer can be had for < $150.00
    Software - SKJukebox will suffice and its free..!

    It dosen't have to be new, top of the range equipment with Pro Audio output, it just needs to be run of the mill working components with good enough output to genate back ground music when playing your pins and vids..

    Remember those centrelink kiosks we all swooped on for $250 a piece..? Here's AdamC's unit.. Nothing too expensive or difficult about it really..

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    Thanks for the info guys!!!

    It is actually a 15" touch screen that I need to fit snugly in the spot for it and I already have an LCD monitor. We have some great sounding speakers with amp that will fit in the bottom of the juke, its just getting the right size pc to fit inside without too much altering and hoping that my computer skills are good enough to put it all together!!!

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    Use a std LCD monitor and put a touchscreen overlay on it eg:

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/160655633...84.m1438.l2649

    Just grab one to suit your monitor size.

    Brad

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    Jo H do you still have this jukebox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge69 View Post
    Jo H do you still have this jukebox?
    His last time active here was April 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toads View Post
    His last time active here was April 2012.
    Ok thanks.
    Thought they might get an email notification. I have some info on the subject
    Cheers

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