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Digital Subscriptions > Long Live Vinyl > Nov-18 > PRO-JECT JUKE BOX S2


What have we here? A modern version of the old-fashioned ‘music centre’ bundle? A nostalgic Paul Rigby reviews the Pro-Ject Juke Box S2


£599; JUKE BOX S2, SPEAKER BOX 5 S2, CONNECT-IT LS, DAMP-IT SYSTEM £999 01235 511166

In the 70s, brands such as Sansui, Bush, Ferguson and Hitachi offered a host of music centres featuring a turntable bundled with a tape deck, radio and more.

With the resurgence of vinyl as a physical format, this music-centre approach has once again become popular. Some nonaudiophiles just want to play their records without unnecessary faffing about in terms of separates, cables, set-up advice and the rest; others are nervous of technology, while some are not that interested in hi-fiand – unlike myself, for example – actually have a life. To help service this demand, Pro-Ject already offer a low-cost Juke Box E for £369. You can add a pair of matched speakers to the ‘E’ for a total of £500 – great for those on a budget, for second systems or for students.

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