AMI Rowe Eagle LaserStar CD-100

1995-6 Eagle LaserStar CD-100

VideoTech Dunedin 202312 NZ$2k with 100 x CDs, Speakers, Wall bracket

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Eagle LaserStar CD-100 Description

Holds 100 Compact Audio Discs. Also plays CDR media burned at 4x speed or slower.Displays 8 full size cd booklets and title cards per page. Pages flip with controls on front. Attract mode will flip pages at intervals.Lights on lower front can be set to constant on, pulse with the music or blink at regular intervals. There is sensitivity and rate adjustments for this purpose.Coin Bill acceptors. Takes 1 5 bills with a 500 bill stacker.250 watt RMS Amp with dual 7 band EQ.Has no internal speakers, connects to 70 volt and standard speakers.Wall mountable, also has optional floor stand.Optional printer kit for report output. Cash totals, selection frequency and disc conditionOptional remote control for volume and reject features.Dimensions 48 x 28 x 20Weight approx 220 lbs

Eagle LaserStar CD-100 was produced by Rowe AMI in 1995.

Rowe AMI released 30 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1965.

Other machines made by Rowe AMI during the time period Eagle LaserStar CD-100 was produced include Model CD-100J Laser Star Saturn Jukebox, Model CD-100L Nite Star Jukebox, Model CD-100G Starlight Music Jukebox, Model DLW-3 Starbrite Digital Jukebox, Model Solara 2 Internet Jukebox, CD-100 Diamond Front Jukebox, Model CD-100K Star Glo Jukebox, Model Encore CD Music Jukebox, Model CD-100 Star Glo Jukebox, and Model CD-100F Venus CD Music Jukebox.

With all CD Rowe jukeboxes, the terminal strip connections for external 4 ohm speakers are:

E1: common

E2: one watt

E3: four watts

E4: 16 watts

E5: 28 watts

E6: 64 watts

E7: 113 watts

Connect one side of the speaker to E1 (common) and the other side of the speaker to the desired wattage you want going to the speaker. These instructions apply to both channels.

As an example let’s say you have two speakers and want to test this amplifier. One speaker should connect to left channel E1 and E3. The other speaker will connect to the right channel E1 and E3. This will give 4 watts to each speaker.

Remember, you will also need to connect the jukebox’s built-in volume control or you won’t get any sound