ReBraun Re-creates The Post-German Design In New Jukebox

We like the MP3 jukebox from the house of ReBraun. Well, it’s a perfect combination of a retro, stylish and technologically advanced music station that will sure spice up any gathering that it is made a part of! The brain child of designer Dieter Rams, ‘Audio Kompaktanlage’ created in 1962, which was also a benchmark in terms of a post-war German design, is the inspiration behind the new jukebox.

Of course, the much required upgrades have been successfully done, but the retro style of the ReBraun music station has been retained to its possible extent while keeping in mind a modern electronic gadget. So, it comes with wireless capabilities and even has a digital data and mixed multimedia.

Among the upgrades, you will find that the radio scales have been substituted by two TFT displays while the antenna picks up the Wi-Fi signals and not the FM radio. The gorgeous vintage case has been made in aluminum, acrylic, steel and liquid crystal making the jukebox gel in any luxe-modern setting. The case and acrylic hood have been lowered by several centimeters to give it a sporty look. It bears a price tag of $15,600.

Via gizmodo

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