Electric Jukebox Music System (Includes Millions of Albums for Your TV) (Black) £45.99 Delivered @ Amazon/SuperBargainUK (£46.06 - Webbasket Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Electric Jukebox Music System (Includes Millions of Albums for Your TV) (Black) £45.99 Delivered @ Amazon/SuperBargainUK (£46.06 - Webbasket Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Found 23rd JanEdited by:"Bob_Green"
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Electric Jukebox transforms your TV into the ultimate, fun and easy-to-use music system for the home.

Simply plug into your TV, connect to Wi-Fi and instantly play millions of songs. There’s 100’s of music channels and charts, plus mood and genre based playlists and exclusive celebrity mixtapes from Robbie Williams, Sheryl Crow, Alesha Dixon and Stephen Fry. For the first time, music streaming is as easy as playing a CD or switching on the radio. Everything you need is in one box and set-up takes just minutes.

Electric Jukebox is designed to be enjoyed by everyone and with a lifetime of music in one box it’s the perfect Christmas gift, offering the easiest and most enjoyable way to listen to music at home.

The wireless gesture-based controller, with a built-in microphone for voice search, makes it easy to find and play all the music you love, from early classics to the latest hits. All you need is a TV with HDMI and a Wi-Fi connection. There’s no need for a mobile, tablet or laptop. There’s no accound to set up, apps to download or monthly subscription to worry about. Just plug-in, connect to Wi-Fi and play - it’s that easy.

Electric Jukebox comes with a 1-year Premium Music Pass giving you instant on-demand access to all the music you love. After the initial 1-year period, the service includes adverts. To retain full functionality ad-free, a further 1-year Music Pass is available for £52.

Electric Jukebox is fun and easy to use, giving you to access millions of albums and over 29 million songs within minutes of opening the box.

Electric Jukebox – music made simple.

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Ah no just no. Buy an android box which starts Spotify automatically and its the same thing only much better and cheaper.
Voted hot, looks alright to me.

Bushes1 m ago

Ah no just no. Buy an android box which starts Spotify automatically and …Ah no just no. Buy an android box which starts Spotify automatically and its the same thing only much better and cheaper.


Isn't a years Spotify around £110 before the cost of mentioned Android box?
Cheaper on ebay
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Pigface501 m ago

Cheaper on ebay


Ones I see on eBay have the subscription removed?
Spotify free is nothing, so the outlay is nothing bar an android box you can get for £20.
Bushes4 m ago

Ah no just no. Buy an android box which starts Spotify automatically and …Ah no just no. Buy an android box which starts Spotify automatically and its the same thing only much better and cheaper.


Where is Spotify free for a year and then £52 for a year? I see it for around £120 a year?
Bushes1 m ago

Spotify free is nothing, so the outlay is nothing bar an android box you …Spotify free is nothing, so the outlay is nothing bar an android box you can get for £20.


This includes a year of premium and a voice remote?
Plus the support of this is what without sales? It's a Spotify market.
I think this is about £35 at Costco.
89quidyoucantgowrong1 m ago

I think this is about £35 at Costco.


Don't you have to pay to get in there?
I quite like it. But do I want one for the amp. Looks decent with the voice remote. Surely it's worth the £45 for a year?

Bob_Green17 m ago

Don't you have to pay to get in there?


Think you can buy some stuff online.
luvsadeal2 m ago

Think you can buy some stuff online.


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Cant be very eco friendly though, putting the tv on to listen to music? I could understand it for watching music videos but not for listening. Stupid Idea if you ask me!
I like it in principle but with my Xbox I just use Spotify free on there and on my phone I use whatever free trials I can. Part way through my 6 months of free Amazon music. Seems like a good deal but not useful to me. Heat added though.
I think it's great. More than 28 million songs.
Heat added Bob (made sure I used your name this time )
89quidyoucantgowrong1 h, 48 m ago

I think this is about £35 at Costco.


Yeah it is.

I was going to get for my mother at Christmas but I didn't want to have to fork out each year to subscribe.

Voted hot
Edited by: "BrumGB" 23rd Jan
BuzzDuraband3 h, 50 m ago

I quite like it. But do I want one for the amp. Looks decent with the …I quite like it. But do I want one for the amp. Looks decent with the voice remote. Surely it's worth the £45 for a year?[Video]


I hate when promotional videos hardly show you anything about the product itself - instead, it's all about "lifestyle"
Thanks for the post Bob_Green OP looks good just do not think i would use it again thanks for the post ps my cat`s name is Bob
madmackem11 h, 35 m ago

Cant be very eco friendly though, putting the tv on to listen to music? I …Cant be very eco friendly though, putting the tv on to listen to music? I could understand it for watching music videos but not for listening. Stupid Idea if you ask me!


Don't think you realise that modern sets are VERY power efficient and typically pull 100 watts or less, yes even large screen sets. By comparison av receivers can gobble up to 500 watts! Though admittedly sound way better than a tv.

Still agree its a bit of a waste of the screen just displaying artist and track title...
ST312310 m ago

Don't think you realise that modern sets are VERY power efficient and …Don't think you realise that modern sets are VERY power efficient and typically pull 100 watts or less, yes even large screen sets. By comparison av receivers can gobble up to 500 watts! Though admittedly sound way better than a tv. Still agree its a bit of a waste of the screen just displaying artist and track title...

Of course I do, but not everyone has very efficient and modern TV's though. Why not just buy an Echo or Home? or even any internet radio device?
Interesting concept and heated for price.

Anyone know how the sub works on this? Is it like spotify etc where you lose all access when it expires or do you just lose access to new music releases but can still listen to your existing collection?

Tempted but don't really fancy tying myself to another subscription even if it is cheaper than the others...
Go for Spotify free & just hook up to speakers through pc etc!
Absolute waste of money in my opinion.Youtube has pretty much any music you want and is on most smart tv's for free
Listen to music on a TV set built in tin sounding speakers?!?
Sp00f6 m ago

Listen to music on a TV set built in tin sounding speakers?!?

you can get a soundbar
madmackem4 h, 9 m ago

Of course I do, but not everyone has very efficient and modern TV's …Of course I do, but not everyone has very efficient and modern TV's though. Why not just buy an Echo or Home? or even any internet radio device?


Buying (and therefore producing) an extra, dedicated speaker system is probably worse for the enviroment than just using your TV for music. It's not really wasting power at all. People are pretty daft when it comes to power consumption, I suppose it's better on the whole if people are more careful rather than not careful enough.

I still meet people that turn their Sky+ box or broadband router off overnight to save power.
sneakybifta2 h, 56 m ago

Buying (and therefore producing) an extra, dedicated speaker system is …Buying (and therefore producing) an extra, dedicated speaker system is probably worse for the enviroment than just using your TV for music. It's not really wasting power at all. People are pretty daft when it comes to power consumption, I suppose it's better on the whole if people are more careful rather than not careful enough. I still meet people that turn their Sky+ box or broadband router off overnight to save power.



you'll probably find that people who turn their sky or other boxes off etc are doing it more out of safety than power saving. I know loads of people who switch everything off in case of fire.
Whats the difference in buying this radio stick for the telly to buying an echo? One needs the TV to be turned on the other does not. Wonder which one uses more power?
ST312312 h, 30 m ago

Don't think you realise that modern sets are VERY power efficient and …Don't think you realise that modern sets are VERY power efficient and typically pull 100 watts or less, yes even large screen sets. By comparison av receivers can gobble up to 500 watts! Though admittedly sound way better than a tv. Still agree its a bit of a waste of the screen just displaying artist and track title...


AV receivers will only consume 500 watts when they are splitting your ears at full volume. A TV with the screen doing something, and making the same amount of noise, will consume more.
snowtiger13 h, 46 m ago

Go for Spotify free & just hook up to speakers through pc etc!


Exactly, these buy cheap and pay a subscription is a no no when a pc just does it and you can use your pc speakers. Cold from me, music is free nowadays no need to pay
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