I wanted one when I was as boy and beginner to the hobby in the mid seventies. But I could not afford it then.
Last year I found one on the used market. This set has aged gracefully, it offers 1 kHz direct readout, pleasant audio, decent selectivity the sensititivty is quite OK, too.
The main drawback is its lack of stability.
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