This was a tuner designed to bring radio into your listening room that sounded so analog, you could have mistaken it for vinyl. The FM-4 was a highly raved about tuner from the Nineties. It may have a somewhat “basic” setup with seven preset buttons and a rotary dial for manual tuning but it was what it could reproduce from the airwaves it take in that made it really special. Vocals should be given special mention here because it was so life like as if the person over the radio was in your room. Signal pull strength is sensitive to antenna used so make sure you have a good antenna connected to it. Signal bar strength on the front display is basic but provides good info on strength of incoming signal. If you have an outdoor antenna, you would probably be able to pull in even more radio stations.
Cosmetically, the unit looks really good. This is a later production unit which had RCA outs instead of DIN. We have the original box and will securely pack it for safe shipping.