At Christmas time I love to get together with the family and have a few festive drinks and have a little boogie and sing-song in my living room. And when New year’s eve arrives we always make a big buffet, play loads of board games and put the music on really load and have a little sing. This year I have been sent the Electric Jukebox to try out with the family.
The Jukebox is really easy to set up, you just simply plug it into your TV, connect to wifi and away you go.
It comes with 1 year free music pass for unlimited listening. It streams music straight through your TV. This is backed by by Robbie Williams, Alesha Dixon, Stephen Fry and Sheryl Crow.
You can search for songs by categories such as Trending and new releases, or simply by searching for any song you want in the search box. The jukebox comes with its own remote, that you simply point and press at the TV.
Once you have chosen your song you will see a page like the photo below. Where you can skip tp the next song, mark it as a favourite or add to a playlist.
The playlist is my favourite feature. You can make loads of playlists and add any songs you want. I have already made a Christmas song playlist, party one and a kids play list.
Caitlin really love that she could sing to Let it Go, over and over again!
This Electric Jukebox is perfect for Christmas or a family get together. The only down side is it’s not karaoke. It would have been better with the words on the screen, or to make the remote controller in to a microphone. As the remote is a microphone and you are able to talk into it to vocally search for a song, but you can’t sing through it when the song is playing. Which is a little bit of a disappointment.
You do get a year of music free and after that it’s £52 a year. The Electric Jukebox it’s self costs £179 and comes in a chose of 3 different colour. I bit pricey for me, but you can play any song that you like!
What do you think of this electric jukebox? Let me know in the comments
We was sent the jukebox in return for this review. All opinions are mine