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A jukebox

A jukebox was an interactive record collection that could play a number of songs from a database inside it. It was invented on Earth in the early 20th century. One of the manufacturers of jukeboxes was Wurlitzer. (TNG: "11001001")

Zefram Cochrane was quite fond of his jukebox. (Star Trek: First Contact)

In the alternate reality, the Shipyard Bar featured a jukebox. (Star Trek)

The jukebox appears to be a continental 2, from AMi, and first introduced in 1962. It has an unique design which seems to have made it a popular choice for moviemakers, as it appears in many movies.

The holographic representation of the Bourbon Street Bar featured a jukebox. (TNG: "11001001")

Rex's Bar of the Dixon Hill holoprogram also featured a jukebox. The playlist included "How High the Moon" and "Moonlight Serenade". (TNG: "Manhunt")

Tom Paris owned a jukebox that he replicated on USS Voyager. In 2376, it was among the things he decided to trade for a small shuttlecraft that he named Alice. However, when the ship was more than the seller had told him about, he returned the jukebox. It was later temporarily moved to the mess hall for the First Contact Day celebration of 2378. (VOY: "Alice", "Homestead")

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