It is in excellent cosmetic and perfect operating condition. Nalog and digital frequency display, LED signal strength display, FM’tune-in-this-direction’ assistance and an LED stereo indicator. The IF circuit uses an IC and multiple ceramic filters. The multiplex section uses Phase-Lock-Loop (PLL) circuitry for reliable stereo reception. All of the electrolytic capacitors have recently been replaced. The FM front-end uses a 3-gang mechanical tuning capacitor. Therefore, it can be “detuned” slightly to deal with poor reception. All controls, and switches have been cleaned. The very smooth tuning has a heavily weighted feel, owing to the large flywheel attached to the tuning knob shaft. The brushed aluminum front panel cosmetics are excellent, with all stenciling intact and distinct. The metal cabinet is in very good condition with minor signs of use. The MCS 3705 performs just as well, or better, than as my venerable Kenwood KT-6500. Carefully packed weight will be 17 pounds. Circuitry: FM Front-end uses a mechanical 3-gang tuning capacitor, and one JFET. FM sensitivity: 2.0uV. Signal to noise ratio: 78dB. Alternate Channel Selectivity: 60dB. Capture ratio: 1.0dB. Frequency Response: 30Hz-15kHz +1/-1.5dB. Stereo separation: 50dB (1kHz). Distortion: 0.1% (mono), 0.2% (stereo). IF section uses two ceramic filters and an IC. Frequency Range: 87.5 to 108 MHz. FM antenna input: 300 Ohm balanced; 75 Ohm unbalanced. Weight: 13.5lbs, 17lb.