This 8-valve VHF/FM receiver was manufactured by Hacker in 1960, housed in a light teak veneered plywood cabinet. This radio featured a visual tuning indicator and a large tuning scale with adjustable station markers for ease of tuning. An internal FM dipole aerial was fitted for the reception of local stations. On the rear of the set sockets were provided for external loudspeaker, radio output and aerial connections, also controls for tone adjustments and aerial sensitivity.
This receiver has undergone a complete restoration in our museum workshop and is now in full working order.