Looking to inject some fun into your next party, get-together or event? Our retro jukeboxes for saleare jam-packed with 7000 classics from all genres. These machines might look retro, but their two satellite speakers are far from dated and with one large subwoofer, you can’t be disappointed.
History of the jukebox
In 1889, Louis Glass and William S. Arnold invented the nickel-in-the-slot phonograph in San Francisco. Little did they know, they invented an early precursor to the jukebox, the machine that never fails to conjure up feelings of nostalgia when played in a man cave.
The term “jukebox” was first used in the United States around 1940 to describe automated music-playing devices. The original jukeboxes were large, boxy machines with coin slots and selections of 78 rpm records that customers could play by inserting a coin and making a selection.
Growth in popularity
Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, jukeboxes grew in popularity and could be found in bars, diners, dance halls, and other public places. By the 1960s, jukeboxes were manufactured with tube amplifiers and early solid-state transistors, allowing for better sound quality.
Keeping up with the times
In the 1970s and 1980s, jukeboxes began incorporating digital technology and could store and playback up to 24 records. During this era, jukeboxes also began to feature interactive components such as screens and digital readouts that allowed customers to make selections with the push of a button. By the late 1980s, CDs had replaced vinyl discs in most jukeboxes, allowing for even clearer sound quality and more choices.
Our modern jukeboxes
Today, we offer a range of classical-looking or personalised jukeboxes in Australia that have been custom-built to look like a pokie machine for that authentic pub look. When you shop the range of jukeboxes for sale at A Man & His Cave, don’t let their retro look fool you. These machines can hold up to 7000 songs, connect wirelessly to your speakers and play your favourite recent tunes while still providing that classic pub-like appeal you want for your man cave!
Reasons to get a jukebox for your man cave
A jukebox is a perfect way to add some classic flair to any man cave or game room. Here are some reasons to consider getting a jukebox for your man cave:
Host your own personal DJ — With a jukebox, you can have ultimate control over the music in your man cave. You can simply press a few buttons to play your favourite records and get the party started.
Create a unique atmosphere — With a jukebox, you can create an atmosphere like no other. It’s a great way to bring some classic nostalgia into your man cave while still enjoying modern comforts. When you’re looking to buy one of our jukeboxes for sale, we manufacture them in Australia, so we can even customise them to your whims.
Show off your knowledge — With a jukebox, you can show off your knowledge of music to guests in your man cave. It’s also a great conversation starter when showing new friends around!
Buy a jukebox from A Man & His Cave
Get the perfect classic addition to your man cave! In our selection, you’re sure to find the ideal jukebox for sale that fits your style and needs. Plus, we offer additional features like Bluetooth connectivity and a coin slot mechanic, further increasing the enjoyment and, maybe, allowing you to make a few bucks off your friends!
Browse our customisable selection today or contact us to learn more.
A Man & His Cave — bringing Australia's best man caves to life
A Man & His Cave is a Sydney-based company that specialises in man cave products such as kegerators, projectors, recliner chairs, arcade games and more. Started out of sheer boredom during the COVID-19 lockdowns, we are a business that provides men with the things they need to create a man cave — the perfect sanctuary from the missus and a place to have fun with your closest mates.
We offer fast shipping and a variety of payment options, making it easy to get and enjoy your new jukebox in Australia.