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Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39

Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39; Rock-Ola (ID = 1096999) R-Player
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Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39; Rock-Ola (ID = 1075857) R-Player
Rock-Ola: Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39 [R-Player] ID = 1075857 933x1363
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For model Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39, Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation (Rockola); Chicago, IL
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation (Rockola); Chicago, IL
Year: 1939 Type: Recorder and/or Player
Valves / Tubes 4: 76 6L6G 6L6G 5U4G
Principle Audio-Amplification
Wave bands - without
Details Jukebox-Coin operated Phonograph
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 115 Volt
Loudspeaker Electro Magnetic Dynamic LS (moving-coil with field excitation coil) / Ø 12 inch = 30.5 cm
Power out 20 W (unknown quality)
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Jukebox 39 Standard Luxury Light-Up C-Series ST39 - Rock-Ola Manufacturing
Material Catalin (a brand name for a thermosetting polymer popular in the 1930s and 1940s - a phenol formaldehyde resin - like Bakelite, but a two-stage process with a lot of work afterwards).
Shape Console with any shape - in general
Dimensions (WHD) 34 x 55 x 25 inch / 864 x 1397 x 635 mm
Notes This jukebox "39 Standard Luxury Light-Up" was widely distributed in 1939 by the David C. Rockola Manufacturing Corporation, 800 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago, Illinois, USA. NOTE: The brand name is most commonly seen hyphenated: Rock-ola. It features some of the largest catalin plastics ever utilized in jukeboxes and a four-tube amplification (Model E) system playing through a 12" Model PH-3205 electrodynamic speaker with 8 ohm VC and 5400 ohm FC. The schematic (from 1938) shows the tubes 76, 2 x 6L6G and a 5U4G. The mains transformer is PH-3158. After the output transformer PH-3159 there is possible a second loudspeaker as a permanent magnet dynamic type PH-3195. At the same time there was also a Deluxe model offered.

The jukebox plays 20 different 78 RPM selections with a Smythe mechanism, one-side-only, and accepts nickles, dimes, and quarters....one play per 5 cents. Rock-ola jukeboxes of this vintage featured an extremely simple and reliable player mechanism, unlike the contemporary Wurlitzers, and despite being relegated to secondary status by massive Wurlitzer advertising campaigns, it was favored by operators as being extremely economical and reliable.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 280 lb (280 lb 0 oz) / 127.120 kg

Model page created by Douglas Daniels. See "Data change" for further contributors.

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