Manufactured by Fidelity in 1972 this ten transistor radio is housed in a plastic case with brushed aluminium top trims. Printed circuit board technology was employed to mount most of the components. A separate internal compartment was provided to house a 9volt PP9 battery used to power the radio. An internal ferrite rod aerial was fitted for portable signal reception also a telescopic aerial for FM. Additional sockets were provided for car aerial, tape/earphone and external power input. This radio featured 3 reception wavebands medium, long wave and VHF selectable by means of 3 push buttons on the radio’s top.
This receiver has undergone a complete restoration in our museum workshop and is now in full working order.