AM/FM set up for office


Hello,
I work in an large office building where the reception is not so good. Would like to get suggestions for something ??? that accommodates AM/FM selection via memory presets.
Should have headphone jack with volume control. Speakers not required. Ideally this unit would be some what compact but have strong reception and decent sound quality. External antena could assist if unit accommodates this.
Note, prefer not to spend additional money for XM/Sirus.
Thanks
pdspecl
Cambridge Soundworks Model 88 would be my first choice. Used on EBay. Something from Tivoli would work nicely as well.
Polk iSonic should be considered.
Boston Acoustics solo is great.
Have you considered streaming from a pc? There's an amazing variety of free stations out there. All I do is bookmark them and they all play on media player.
Linn Classic music. Magnum Dynalab ST-2 indoor outdoor ant. Plays CD's too, has clock, and alarm clock and much more. Good luck.
Hello,
I can't not stream music from work PC. Big brother monitors everything.
Although Music Hall once had their name on these the Sangean is the same model. It has impressive sound (better than Tivoli's) and a very good tuner,aux input & headphone jack (stereo). For the price it's a steal.

www.jr.com/sangean/pe/SGN_WR2_hy_WA/#productTabDetails
Hifigy - I like your suggestion - thank you
I own one of these:

http://insigniaproducts.com/products/portable-audio/NS-HD01.html

And it sounds great on analog or HD signals.

David
If you have internet access at your office, either wired or wireless, you could stream music using a Logitec Squeezebox Boom. I don't think that big brother would be able to monitor it's use and you would have access to such services as Pandora, Rhapsody, internet radio and Sirius/XM. It sounds pretty good for a table top radio. I use one in my kitchen and bedroom.
" I don't think that big brother would be able to monitor it's use and you would have access to such services as Pandora, Rhapsody, internet radio and Sirius/XM"

Don't underestimate Big Bro! At my company, "He" blocks all streaming non-business sites, unless specifically exempt. I think they use a Websense system.

But would Sirius be a good idea? Is their signal robust inside? what are reception requirements?
Hello,
I was informed by someone on the IT side that my company does monitor for streaming. So this is not an option.