which budget FM Tuner


Looking for a budget vintage fm tuner. My budget is under $200 shipped. Anyone have suggestions on what I should look for or have a line on one available?
emiliop
Well, it would help if we had some idea of what you might like. But if into silver faced gear the Kenwood KT-7300 was only second to the 8300 in its day in the Kenwood lineup. But I think your budget rules out the 8300. I know the KT-7500 is a tweakers dream as it lends itself more easily to modification.

I currently own two 7300s and I’m very happy with their performance. If you look at my picture gallery recently posted you can see what it looks like. Or you can check the link I provided below to a picture off the net.

Martin

http://plex.gr/upload/KENWOOD%20KT-7300%202.jpg
There are a number of Sansui TU 717 tuners for sale on eBay in your price range.
Kenny
+1 to Sansui TU717
At the sub-$200 range, it's generally a just-pick-one exercise with nil to minimal differences in performance between them. 
Well of course not in the league of my old McIntosh MR78, but little is, and as you stated definitely not $200. That said, $200 buys a lot of vintage tuner these days as most people are streaming music now. 

Martin
I like the silver big box look mostly. I have had several tuners in the past but all are out of my current price range. I will take a look at the KT-7300 and the TU 717 mentioned, thanks
I have a Pioneer TX 800 silver face that would fit the bill. 100 bucks shipped
NAD 4300.
Denon (Japan).

What fun! vintage tuners! You should have numerous options in great gear at the used $200 price point. ...And, if you don't like it -- hello audiogon and good-bye experiment.

I picked up a SUMO tuner last year, and it's quite the little tuner! Great sensitivity.  I also bought my kid a used Cambridge Audio tuner (much more recent). It sounds great, but probably isn't "vintage".