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Toy Block CD Changers
This LEGO Jukebox Wil Make Use of Old CDs


By: Ian Andrew Panganiban (Star) May 19, 13
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The show Happy Days was the first time I was introduced to a jukebox; needless to say that was a long time ago, but I am again introduced to this construct in the form of a LEGO jukebox.

The DIY LEGO CD changer is an interesting project. It wasn’t too long ago when Compact Discs were the norm, but now they’re mostly found in trash bins or the dollar racks at pharmacy stores. Ralph, the creator of this piece, found some use for his obsolete CDs when he created his LEGO CD changer. The CD changer is made primarily of LEGO pieces. The LEGO jukebox is placed on top of a computer’s PC. The CD changer possesses the same functionality of any jukebox, but with some added LEGO flair.



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