3ga has introduced the JB7, a digital jukebox that rips the tracks from CDs, storing on its internal drive for later playback.
It’s both quick and straightforward – and no computer is required. Ripping a CD takes less than five minutes – and you can playback existing tunes while you’re doing it. It features both an internal hard disk (40GB or 80GB), full USB connectivity and its own 30 watts per channel amplifier. Other features include a remote control and clock/alarm, plus quality options for storage – including the option of loss-less music compression.
You can buy them direct for just £299 (40GB) and £319 (80GB).
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