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It had to happen. The doyenne of jukeboxes, Wurlitzer, has announced a version of its classically styled One More Time music machine that features a built-in iPod dock in addition to the standard 100-CD disc stacker.

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The machine's sound system comes courtesy of Bose - it's an Acoustimass rig with 2x 170W RMS amplification and a pair of satellite speakers. The iPod's optional, though since the jukebox comes with either a black or a white matching colour scheme it would be a shame not to add one.

The OMT stands almost 1.5m high and takes up 80.3 x 63cm of floor space. It weighs 157kg - minus the iPod, of course... ®

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