The Lafayette HA-800B receiver is all solid-state, and
may be powered from 115 VAC or 13.8 VDC. It covers the
ham bands of 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m, and 6m. It has a
tunable BFO for SSB/CW reception. It is fairly stable,
although not completely so, being subject to hand
capacitance. It's reasonably sensitive on the 80m, 40m,
and 20m. On 15m through 6m, however, its sensitivity
is not so good (barely adequate).
My first HF receiver was an HA-800A. I'm not sure what the differences were between the "A" and "B", but they look the same externally.