• A money-operated machine that plays music, usually equipped with pushbuttons for the selection of particular recordings.
  • A phonograph or compact disc player with multiple discs, requiring the insertion of coins prior to playing, and allowing the user to select the playing of any disc in its inventory. An early version was called the <stype>nickelodeon</stype>.
  • a data-storage device having multiple compact discs, of which only one may be on-line at any given time, which permits the user (through computer commands) to select on-line access to any disc from its inventory, in a manner reminiscent of a musical jukebox{1}.
  • A <xref>coin</xref>-<xref>operated</xref> <xref>machine</xref> that <xref>plays</xref> <xref>recorded</xref> <xref>music</xref>; it has <xref>push-buttons</xref> to make <xref>selections</xref>.
  • An <xref>automated</xref> <xref>carousel</xref> for the <xref>storage</xref> and <xref>retrieval</xref> of <xref>tapes</xref>, <xref>CD-ROMs</xref>, etc.
  • A <xref>software</xref> <xref>application</xref> capable of replaying <xref>tracks</xref> from a digital <xref>music</xref> <xref>collection</xref>.
  • a cabinet containing an automatic record player; records are played by inserting a coin
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