WinJukebox Version 1.11

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WinJukebox Version 1.11 by Wintek Software Company

Available from Wintek Software Company or in Canada at HTI Home Toys

Ever wish you could have control of a radio station so they'd just play the music you liked. The advent of multi-disk CD players made the first step to fullfil that fantasy. Now WinJukebox gives you command of that CD player.

Jukebox takes control via a parallel port cable (or optional serial port controller) connected to the CD player. It alows control of up to 8 CD players (let's see that's a possible 800 CD's). Once you've got it all wired up and ready to go the software takes over.

You begin by adding your CD collection to the WinJukebox database (or you may also use Wintek's optional 7,800 CD Title Library Manager, to build your initial database. This library is available to registered users for free, from Wintek's web-site only. ). Once you've got the data in, you can make up your song list by selecting the songs you want from the database and putting them in the order you want them to play (or randomizing the order).

The onscreen CD control buttons allow you to stop and start you system at will. Just sit back and enjoy your customized playlist all night long.

X-10 - this option allows you to setup WinJukebox for remote control from optional X-10 carrier current power line hardware. It allows remote controls or home automation equipment to have limited control over WinJukebox.

WineJukebox is available as software alone or with parallel ports, cables, serial controllers, CD library etc.


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