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September 26, 2011

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Ed S

Wow, that is a beauty! Great find. Never saw that one before.

Dan

There's something about a scrolling film tuning display ...

Maurice

Bought the same in Fiji 1981. FM range 88 to 108

MHz.

Got the handbook around somewhere.

Maurice

Darren Davies

I have recently been given this radio by an old work colleague and couldn't agree more with Gerald's review. It really is a thing of beauty and in terms of performance, particularly AM, it wipes the floor with my modern digital display radios.

Does anyone have an scanned copy of the manual for this receiver, as I'm not sure how to use the frequency calibrator?

Cheers Darren

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