Designed to have the appearance of a typical 1950's style radio, rather like the old Heathkit range.
It uses a high quality PCB and custom front panel.
The Crystal set comes with a Litz wire coil and not just a mounded inductor like some crystal set kits.
This is now supplied as the Mk2 version that allows for both short and long antennas (selectable by a small front panel switch)
The output terminals are 19mm apart which means the old standard high impedance headphones fitted with the two pin plug can just plug straight in, also it has a standard 3.5mm mono jack socket to use with a crystal earphone or external amplifer (such as our bench amplifer)
Please make sure you understand what a crystal radio is BEFORE buying the Radio, it will not match your modern communications receiver for performance, or you will not be able to use it while out jogging! and your new fancy HiFi headphones will not work. It WILL need a good antenna. This technology dates back to the first days of radio.
You will need high impedance headphones or a crystal earphones for this to work (or use an external amplifier such as our nice little bench amplifier)