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The 15 most incredible Space Age record players A vinyl jukebox for the most cosmic of occasions, the Chantal-Meteor was designed by Jean Foufounais and Andre Deviaz and named after Jean’s wife Chantal. The first iteration, launched in 1954, features 120 selections with the 60 discs arranged in two rows. The jukebox was then re-booted as the Chantal-Meteor 200, installed with a new “revolving doughnut” mechanism for a larger selection.