Try a Proton 440 tuner. I have one for sale. Please e-mail me with you questions.
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All of the above suggestions are good. It really depends on where you intend to use it. Some tuners have better sensitivity and others better selectivity. Tuners are one of the few components where specs can help you make a better choice. Not that the specs will tell you how the tuner actually sounds but rather whether the tuner in question is a good candidate. Be wary, many tuners are poorly calibrated as they leave the assembly line. Older tuners may have had their calibrations drift. Analog tuners are less convient but easier to fine tune. In your price range used tuners from Denon (sensitivity), Luxman (selectivity) and Onkyo ( both) as well as others may be good choices. With tuners you need a bit of luck, it's like real estate, "location,location,location". Remember the antenna is equally important.
I just saw that there is a Magnum Dynalab T-11 for sale on the "new today" page (not mine) for sale. They don't make those anymore because there was scant profit & it was too hard to sell the more expensive 101's which sound about the same!I own three of these already!Run , don't walk, and buy it if you can possibly get your arms around $280 or so. Four presets too.