I use the Terk Advantage. It works well but the drawback is you have to adjust it when you switch stations.
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I have a Radio Shack AM antenna (loop about 1 ft in diameter encased in plastic. Like the Terk above it must be fine tuned to the station selected by the rotation of a dial. It can be hard wired to an am antenna input or just set next to the am tuner. WAG, they don't make them any more. :-(
But if that is the case Google up Crane - they sell a lot of radios and, last time I was there they had a very similar product.
BTW, it works! I'm using mine next to my Tivoli radio.
G'day if you can do simple DIY work a tuned loop AM antenna is highly recommended. I have built several for different receivers and their performance is incredible. This reference gives excellent details of contruction. http://www.mds975.co.uk/Content/aerials1.html I built mine on a triangular wooden frame with each side about 24 inches long. Regards, Fap.