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This section contains 5 Tables covering 211 Seeburg Jukeboxes and accessories from 1928 to 1989. The Jukebox Tables included are generally complete in covering all major models, though most "submodels" may be missing. For easy navigation, you can click on the highlighted table name below

If you are interested in the production figures for these models and the serial numbering you can visit "Seeburg" Production Estimates

Definition of Table Headings

Model:
This is the "official" Model designation as indicated by the manufacturer. If no model designation was provided or it is unknown, a "N/A" is indicated. Model Designations can usually be found on a metal plate, along with the serial number on the back of the jukebox (or inside the case of a Wallbox). Unlike many manufacturers who placed some "intelligence" in their Model Designations, Seeburg did not do this with the exception of prefixes and suffixes which generally indicated optional items. If you find your model number with some extra letters, the following should help you decipher it:
The following letters were used by Seeburg with their remote equipment. Most are self-explanatory
Year(s):
Indicates the "Model Year" the Jukebox was sold. In general, the Jukebox was available in the last few months of the prior year.
Name
The official jukebox name if applicable or common name(shown in "quotes")used by operators or collectors. Seeburg generally did not provide "names" from 1948-1965.
Speed(s)
The record speed played (i.e. 78 RPM, 45 RPM). When "(33)" is indicated (1961-1978) the option usually existed to play "little LP's" co-mixed with 45's. This feature may not be available on individual machine you have.
No. of Records / Selections
Two columns indicate how many records the jukebox holds and how many selections were available. Seeburg models from 1928-1947 could only play one side of a record so the number of Selections and Records is was the same. This all changed with the M100A in 1948, when the shocked the industry with a 100 selection model, while all other manufactures had 24, 40 or 48 selections.
Dimensions
Maximum Height, Width and Depth as indicated from Seeburg's specifications. All dimensions are in inches and represent the maximum dimensions.
Weight
The net weight of the Jukebox, in pounds is taken from Seeburg specifications. In some cases, only the crated weight was available, in those cases the weight shown was estimated by deducting about 50 Lbs for crating material. Weights are generally not available for remote equipment so they have not been included.



Seeburg Jukeboxes 1928-1948

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  Number of Dimensions-Inches Wgt
Model Year(s) Name Speed(s) Records Selections Height Width Depth (Lbs)
N/A 1928-30 Audiophone 78 8 8        
N/A 1929-30 Audiophone Junior 78 8 8        
E 1930 Audiophone 78 8 8        
N/A 1933-35 Selectophone 78 10 10        
N/A 1933-35 Selectophone Deluxe 78 10 10        
A 1935-36 Symphonola 78 12 12 49 30 21 1/2  
B 1936 Symphonola 78 12 12 51 30 1/4 21 3/4  
C 1936 Symphonola 78 12 12 55 31 1/2 21 1/2  
D 1936 Symphonola 78 12 12 55 31 1/2 21 1/2  
F 1936 Symphonola 78 12 12 56 40 1/4 23 3/4  
BX 1937 Symphonola 78 12 12 51 30 1/4 21 3/4 240
H 1937 Symphonola 78 12 12 51 30 1/4 22 245
J 1937 Symphonola 78 12 12 55 31 1/2 21 1/2 265
K 1937 Melody King 78 15 15 54 1/2 35 25 3/4 325
N/A 1937 Rex 78 20 20 50 1/4 31 23 1/4  
N/A 1937 Royale 78 20 20 54 3/4 35 23 1/2  
Q 1937 Melody King 78 15 15 54 3/4 31 1/2 24 265
XF 1937 Symphonola 78 12 12 56 40 1/4 23 3/4 300
N/A 1938 Concert Grand 78 20 20 56 42 23 378
N/A 1938 Crown 78 20 20 56 38 21 3/4  
N/A 1938 Gem 78 20 20 51 32 23 258
N/A 1938 Regal 78 20 20 55 39 23 310
N/A 1939 Casino 78 20 20 52 33 24 1/2 275
N/A 1939 Classic 78 20 20 56 36 25 340
N/A 1939 Mayfair 78 20 20 56 1/2 40 1/2 24 1/2 340
N/A 1939 Plaza 78 20 20 53 1/2 37 1/2 24 1/2 300
N/A 1939 Vogue 78 20 20 52 33 25 300
N/A 1940 Cadet 78 20 20 55 1/4 34 25  
N/A 1940 Colonel 78 20 20 59 1/2 36 1/4 24 1/2  
N/A 1940 Commander 78 20 20 59 1/2 36 1/2 24 1/4 320
N/A 1940 Concert Master 78 20 20 64 1/2 37 1/2 25  
N/A 1940 Envoy 78 20 20 53 3/4 33 1/2 26 3/4 390
N/A 1940 Major 78 20 20 55 1/2 33 25 1/4  
7800 1941 Symphonola Standard 78 20 20 54 3/4 34 1/2 26 3/8  
8800 1941 HiTone Super 78 20 20 63 1/4 34 27 3/4  
9800 1941 HiTone Deluxe 78 20 20 66 3/4 37 3/8 27 3/4  
8200 1942 HiTone 78 20 20 62 1/2 33 1/4 25  
9200 1942 HiTone 78 20 20 66 37 28  
146 1946 "Trashcan, Barrel, etc" 78 20 20 57 36 26 1/2 355
147 1947 "Trashcan, Barrel, etc" 78 20 20 57 37 26 1/2 317
148 1948 "Trashcan, Barrel, etc" 78 20 20 57 37 26 1/2 325

Seeburg Jukeboxes 1948-1969

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  Number of Dimensions-Inches Wgt
Model Year(s) Name Speed(s) Records Selections Height Width Depth (Lbs)
M100A 1948-51 N/A 78 50 100 55 41 29 378
M100B 1950-51 N/A 45 50 100 54 34 28 310
M100C 1952 N/A 45 50 100 54 35 26 305
100W 1953 N/A 45 50 100 54 35 26 330
HF100G 1953 N/A 45 50 100 54 35 26 325
HF100R 1954 Bandshell 45 50 100 59 35 1/2 27 325
100J 1955-56 N/A 45 50 100 58 3/4 35 1/2 26 3/4 337
V200 1955-56 N/A 45 100 200 56 1/2 36 1/2 27 1/2 416
100JL 1956-57 N/A 45 50 100 58 3/4 35 1/2 26 3/4 337
VL200 1956-57 N/A 45 100 200 56 1/2 36 1/2 27 1/2 416
101 1957 N/A 45 50 100 53 3/8 30 1/2 26 1/2 268
KD200 1957 N/A 45 100 200 57 7/8 34 7/8 27 1/2 400
KS200 1957 N/A 45 100 200 57 7/8 34 7/8 27 1/2 400
L100 1957 N/A 45 50 100 53 3/8 30 1/2 26 1/2 268
161 1958 N/A 45 80 160 55 3/4 30 1/2 26 1/2 330
201 1958 N/A 45 100 200 56 1/2 34 7/8 27 374
220 1958-59 N/A 45 50 100 55 3/4 32 1/2 27 343
222 1958-59 N/A 45 80 160 55 3/4 32 1/2 27 343
AQ100 1960 N/A 45 50 100 56 1/2 32 1/2 24 1/2 310
AQ160 1960 N/A 45 80 160 62 32 1/2 24 1/2 360
AY100 1961 N/A 45 (33) 50 100 56 1/2 32 1/2 24 1/2 320
AY160 1961 N/A 45 (33) 80 160 56 1/2 32 1/2 24 1/2 320
DS100 1962 N/A 45 (33) 50 100 56 1/2 32 1/2 24 1/2 312
DS160 1962 N/A 45 (33) 80 160 56 1/2 32 1/2 24 1/2 325
LPC1 1963-64 N/A 45 (33) 80 160 49 1/2 40 24 1/2 370
LPC-480 1964-65 N/A 45 (33) 80 160 52 1/2 40 1/2 24 1/2 385
APFEAI 1965-66 Fleetwood 45 (33) 80 160 49 1/2 40 1/2 26 1/4 370
PFEAIU 1965-66 Electra 45 (33)? 80 160 49 1/2 40 1/2 26 1/4 370
U-100 1965-66 Mustang 45 (33) 50 100 64 31 3/4 23 326
SS-160 1966-67 Stereo Showcase 45 (33) 80 160 52 7/8 40 1/4 24 7/8 375
LS1-160 1967-68 Spectra 45 (33) 80 160 56 40 3/8 27 3/8 415
S-100 1967-68 Jet 45 50 100 48.675 30 1/2 24 3/4 230
LS2-160 1968-69 Gem 45 (33) 80 160 56 40 3/8 27 3/8 435
LS3-160 1969-70 Apollo 45 (33) 80 160 54 3/4 40 3/8 27 3/8 395
SE-100 1969-70 Golden Jet 45 50 100 39 3/4 30 1/2 22 1/8 245

Seeburg Jukeboxes 1970-1989

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  Number of Dimensions-Inches Wgt
Model Year(s) Name Speed(s) Records Selections Height Width Depth (Lbs)
USC1 1970-71 Musical Bandshell 45 (33) 80 160 49 40 1/4 27 7/8 400
USC2 1971-72 Firestar Bandshell 45 (33) Option 80 160 50 1/4 40 1/4 27 7/8 375
SPS160 1972-73 Olympian 160 45 (33) Option 80 160 51 1/2 40 1/4 28 330
SPS2 1972-73 Matador 45 (33) Option 80 160 53 1/8 40 1/8 28 330
SX-100 1972-73 Marauder 45 50 100 44 1/2 31 1/2 23 1/2 205
FC1 1973-74 Regency 45 (33) Option 80 160 33 3/8 50 21 7/8 350
SL100 1973-74 Carnival 45 50 100 48 1/2 31 1/2 23 1/2 210
SQS160 1974-75 Quad First Edition 45 (33) Option 80 160 53 1/2 40 27 1/4 446
STD160 1974-75 Vogue II 45 (33) Option 80 160 53 1/2 40 27 1/4 370
SB100 1975-76 Magna Star 45 50 100 53 7/8 31 1/4 24 275
STD2 1975-76 Entertainer 45 (33) Option 80 160 53 1/2 40 27 1/4 370
100-77D 1976-77 Topaz 45 50 100 53 7/8 31 1/4 24 265
STD3 1976-77 Sunstar 45 (33) Option 80 160 53 7/8 40 27 3/4 352
FC2 1976-78 Hutch 45 (33) Option 80 160 31 1/2 51 3/4 23 3/8 292
STD4 1977-78 Mardi Gras 45(33) Option 80 160 53 7/8 40 27 3/4 364
100-78D 1977-79 Celestia 45 50 100 53 7/8 31 1/4 24 265
SMC1 1978-79 Seeburg Disco 160 45 80 160 54 1/2 40 28 3/8 364
SMC2 1979-81 Phoenix 45 80 160 54 1/2 40 28 3/8 364
100-79M 1979-80 Celestia 45 50 100 53 7/8 31 1/4 24 265
VMC1 1982 Video Music Center Video            
SMC3 1984-86 Prelude 45 160 80 54 1/2 40 28 3/8 364
SCD-1 1986-88 Laser Music CD 60   60 40 26 395
SCCD-1 1988-89-? Classic CD 60   60 40 26 395
SCD-1B 1989-? Laser Music CD 60   60 40 26 395

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Seeburg Remote Selectors (Wallboxes) 1939-1981

        Dimensions-Inches
Model Year(s) Name Selections Height Width Depth
PB-1Z 1939-40 Playboy 5 Cents-w/Vol & Tone Control 20 40 16 1/2 15
PB-2Z 1939-40 Playboy 5 Cents-w/Vol Control 20 40 16 1/2 15
WS-1Z 1939-40 20 Selection Wallbox 5 Cents 20 13 5/8 10 1/2 6 1/4
MS-1Z 1940 Melody Parade 5 7 5 4 1/4
WS-5Z 1940 24 Selection WB for Wurlitzer 24      
S-16-1Z 1940/41 Multi-Wire Select-O-Matic for Wurlitzer/Rock-Ola 16 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
S-20-1Z 1940/41 Multi-Wire Select-O-Matic 5 Cents Seeburg/Rock/Wurl 20 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
S-24-1Z 1940/41 Multi-Wire Select-O-Matic for Wurlitzer 24 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
WS-2Z 1940/41 Wireless Wall-O-Matic 5 Cents 20 12 1/2 8 5/8 4 3/4
DS-20-10Z 1940/42 Deluxe Select-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 20 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
DS-20-1Z 1940/42 Deluxe Select-O-Matic 5 Cents 20 12 1/2 8.675 4 3/4
DS-24-5Z 1940/42 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 24 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
WB-1Z 1940-41 Wireless Bar-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 20 9 9 1/4 10 1/2
WB-5Z 1940-41 Wireless Bar-O-Matic 5 Cents 20      
WS-10Z 1940-42 Wireless Wall-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 20 11 1/2 8 1/2 3 1/2
WC-1Z 1942 Duo Remote Console 20 59 1/2 36 1/2 24 1/2
3W2-L56 1946-48 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 5 Cents 20 10 8 3/4 4 3/4
3W5-L56 1946-48 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 20 12 5/8 8 3/4 4 3/4
3W7-L56 1946-48 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 20 12 5/8 8 3/4 4 3/4
DS2-1Z? 1946-48 Wall-O-Matic 20      
DSB-1Z 1946-48 3-Wire Bar-O-Matic 20      
W1-L56 1946-48 Wireless Wall-O-Matic 5 Cents 20 11 3/8 8 5/8 4 3/8
W4-L56 1946-48 Wireless Wall-O-Matic 5-10-25 5 Plays per 25 20 12 5/8 8 3/4 4 3/4
W6-L56 1946-48 Wireless Wall-O-Matic 5-10-25 Cents 5-6 For 25 20 12 5/8 8 3/4 4 3/4
W7-L56 1946-48 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 20 12 1/2 8 3/4 4 3/4
W5-L56 1948 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 20      
3W-1 1949-58 Wall-O-Matic 1-2-6 Play for 5-10-25 100 12 3/4 12 1/4 5 7/8
V-3WA 1955/56 Wall-O-Matic 200 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
V-3WA-D 1955/56 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 10/15 Cent Play 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
V-3WA-N 1955/56 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 5/10 Cent Play 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
3W-1D 1955-58 Wall-O-Matic 1-3 Play for 25 100 12 3/4 12 1/4 5 7/8
D-3WA 1957/59 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 10/15 Cent Play 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
HD-3WA 1957/59 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 10/15 50 Cents, 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
S-3WA 1957/59 3-Wire Wall-O-Matic 1-2-3 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
D-3WU 1958-61 3-W Wall-O-Matic 10/15 100-160-2 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
HD-3WU 1958-61 3-W Wall-O-Matic 10/15 100-160 Select 50 Cent Play 200 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
S-3WU 1958-61 3-W Wall-O-Matic 1-2-3 100-160-200 Select 160 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
D-3W160 1958-62 3-W Wall-O-Matic 100/160 10/15 Cent Play 160 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
S-3W160 1958-62 3-W Wall-O-Matic 1-2-3 100-160 160 14 1/2 12 5/8 7 1/2
3W-160 1960-62 Wall-O-Matic 160 5-10-25 Cent 5/10 Cent Play 160 14 12 1/4 7 1/4
3W-100 1960-67 Wall-O-Matic 100 5-10-25 Cent 5/10 Cent Play 100 12 1/2 12.675 6 1/4
SC-1 1962-65 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SC-11 1962-65 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SC-1-4 1962-65 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SC-2 1962-65 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SC-3 1962-65 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SCH-1 1966-68 Stereo Consolette 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SCH-3 1966-68 Stereo Consolette-Antique 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
SCH-3-4 1966-68 Stereo Consolette-Antique 160 15 1/4 14 3/4 6 1/2
DEC-1 1969/72 Digital Consolette-Chrome 160 13 1/2 17 5 1/4
DEC-2 1969/72 Digital Consolette-Copper 160 13 1/2 17 5 1/4
DEC-3 1973-81 Digital Consolette-Chrome 160 13 1/2 17 5 1/4
DEC-4 1973-81 Digital Consolette-Copper 160 13 1/2 17 5 1/4

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Seeburg Remote Speakers 1939-1979

      Dimensions-Inches
Model Year(s) Name Height Width Depth
N/A 1939 Marbl-Glo 16 1/2 17 3/4 11 1/4
SO-16X 1939 SpeakOrgan      
SO-1X 1939 SpeakOrgan      
SO-5X 1939 SpeakOrgan      
WSR-1Z 1939 Symphonola Speaker 21 1/2 23 1/2 11
SO-1Z 1939-40 SpeakOrgan      
N/A 1940 Top Spot 23 23 11 1/4
RS1-12 1946-48 12" Teardrop Speaker 31 17 1/4 9
RS1-8 1946-48 8" Teardrop Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
RS2-12 1946-48 12" Teardrop Speaker w/Volume Control 31 17 1/4 9
RS2-8 1946-48 8" Teardrop Speaker w/Volume Control 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
RS4-12 1946-48 12" Recessed Wall Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6 1/2
RS4-8 1946-48 8" Recessed Wall Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 4 1/2
RS5-12 1946-48 12" Recessed Ceiling Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6 1/2
RS8-8 1946-48 8" Recessed Ceiling Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 4 1/2
CVS3-12 1949-50 12" Recessed Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6 1/2
CVS3-8 1949-50 8" Recessed Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 4 1/2
CVWS1-12 1949-50 12" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker (Seeburg Logo) 31 17 1/4 9
CVWS1-8 1949-50 8" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
CVWS2-12 1949-50 12" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker (Seeburg Logo) 31 17 1/4 9
CVWS2-8 1949-50 8" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
CVS1-8 1949-54 8" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
CVS2-8 1949-54 8" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
CVS4-8 1951-53 8" Teardrop Const Volt Speaker 17 1/8 11 1/4 5 1/2
CVS5-12 1951-53 12" Square Wall Const Volt Speaker 17 17 7
CVS6-8 1951-53 8" Recessed Const Volt Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6
CVS7-12 1951-53 12" Recessed Const Volt Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6
HFAS3-8 1954 8" Hi-Fi Corner Speaker 21 7/8 14 5/16 16
HFCV1-8 1954 8" Hi-Fi Corner Speaker 21 7/8 14 5/16 16
HFAS2-12 1954-55 12" Hi-Fi Recessed Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6
HFCV1-12 1954-58 12" Hi-Fi Recessed Speaker 14 1/2 14 1/2 6 1/4
HFCV2-8 1954-58 Hi-Fi Wall Speaker 18 7/8 22 7/8 10 1/2
HFCV3-8 1954-58 8" Hi-Fi Corner Speaker 21 7/8 14 1/4 16
TC1-8C1 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 1 Corner Speaker 16 3/4 12 15 7/16
TC1-8C2 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 2 Corrner Speaker 16 3/4 12 15 7/16
TR1-8C1 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 1 Recessed Speaker 10 5/8 10 5/8 4 3/4
TR1-8C2 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 2 Recessed Speaker 10 5/8 10 5/8 4 3/4
TW1-8C1 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 1 Wall Speaker 16 3/4 12 7
TWI-8C2 1958- 61 Stereo Twin Channel 2 Wall Speaker 16 3/4 12 7
EBTC1-12 1960-61 Extended Bass Stereo Twin Channel 1 Speaker 24 15 1/2 10 3/4
EBTC2-12 1960-61 Extended Bass Stereo Twin Channel 2 Speaker 24 15 1/2 10 3/4
EBCS-1 1960's? Consolette Speaker      
TR1-8 1961- Recessed Stereo Twin Speaker 10 5/8 10 5/8 4 3/4
EBWC1-12 1961-63 12" Extended Bass Wall/Corner Speaker 27 15 1/2 15 1/2
TC1-8 1961-68 Stereo Twin Corner Speaker 16 3/4 12 15 7/16
TW1-8 1961-68 Stereo Twin Wall Speaker 16 3/4 12 7
N/A 1965-68 Rhythm Twin 15"/Horn Floor Speaker ~40 ~48 ~16
N/A 1965-68 Rhythm Twin 15"/Horn Wall Speaker ~20 ~40 ~16
TC1 1969-74 Compact Corner Speaker 16 1/2 12 7 3/4
TW1 1969-74 Compact Wall Speaker 16 1/2 12 7 3/4
UCS1 1969-74 Universal Column Speaker 35 3/4 9 3/4 6 1/8
FRCS 1971-73 Full Range Column Speaker 46 14 10 1/2
FR-50 1973-75 Full Range 50W Speakers 25 3/4 15 1/4 10
FR-16K 1974/5 Full Range Wall Speakers 17 1/2 10 1/2 8
LS-50 1974-75 Full Range 50W Quad Speakers 25 3/4 15 3/4 10
FC-50 1976-78 Full Range 50W Speakers-Furn 25 3/4 15 1/2 10 7/8
QS-50 1976-79 Illuminated Wall Speakers 25 3/4 15 1/2 10 7/8


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