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Seeburg M100A, M100B, M100C

Years 1949 - 1952

With models M100A and M100B Seeburg succeeded twice in a row: first they introduced a mechanism for 100 selections continued by the follower playing the new record with 45 RPM only. Whether "M" means "Music System" we can reckon only so far.

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  • Item #: W079
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  • Potentiometer 16 kOhm/5 kOhm
    mono, Seeburg 146-148 and 100A - HF100R
    Item #: EP003
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  • Volume control housing
    for many Seeburg amplifiers
    Item #: S060
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  • Volume control key
    for Wurlitzer and Seeburg jukeboxes
    Item #: V050
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  • Seeburg cabinet keys
    various master keys for Seeburg
    please choose key number
    Item #: SCH-S
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  • Freeplay adapter, models A-J
    Seeburg A, B, C, W, G, R and J
    Item #: S751
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  • Poster Seeburg M100A
    one-sided colour reprint, 78 cm x 55,5 cm
    Item #: POM100A
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  • Service Manual M100A
    incl. parts catalog
    Item #: HS100AK
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  • Service Manual Seeburg B, BL
    incl. parts catalog
    Item #: HS100BK
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  • Service Manual Seeburg M100C
    incl. parts catalog
    Item #: HS100CK
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  • Mechanical Restoration Guide
    by Joseph A. Dzidzic - step-by-step restoration of Seeburg mechanisms
    Item #: B021
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