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The Dynatron museum is a private collection of Dynatron radio equipment ranging from 1930 to 1960. It is not open to the general public, but this website has been set up to provide a virtual tour of the exhibits. Please note that the website is still under construction, and we will be adding more information and photos to it in the near future.

The purpose of the museum and this website is to promote interest in and preservation of all Dynatron and Hacker products.

We are always looking for Dynatron equipment to add to the museum. We can be contacted at info@dynatronmuseum.org.uk

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Site last updated: 13/12/2009.

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