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The one thing I noticed playing with my old Knight Broadcaster is frequency. It was swell back in the 60’s to play with one of these because the radio you were listening on was continuously tuneable, e.g. you didn’t have to be spot on 1370, for example. You could be on 1373 or 1366 or whatever and still tune it in because old radios you just tuned to where it sounded best. Most radios sold today are digital and right on the “10” (in the USA). The frequency setting on the Knight is a bit touchy and also drifts a bit. Gets more solid as it runs but nothing like a modern solid state transmitter.
It does sound really nice, however. And of course it doubles as a mono amplifier for your turntable. Just connected a speaker to the speaker output terminals and let ‘er rock. Assuming you aren’t trying to do it with a modern lightweight magnetic stereo high fidelity cartridge, that is.