Seeburg Marauder SX100 [1970]

Robert O'Neill and Michael C.Wilson

Imagery: Flat 4

The SX100 ‘Marauder’ saw Seeburg – a renowned American coin-operated musical equipment company – enter the 1970s boldly. Dubbed a ‘barrel’ unit due to its separated cylindrical main volume with side art akin to arcade machines, the Marauder plays one-hundred tracks with a reloadable cartridge that is accessed via lifting the hinged top section to reveal a lightbox plate and the mechanism within.

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