An indoor FM tuner better than the Terk FM+?


I am looking for an indoor FM tuner that will do better than the Terk FM+.

It is not that I am really unhappy with the Terk - for $13 it does a pretty darn good job. Its just that I need to get another antenna anyway and I figured there has to be something better out there.

WAF is big so I am looking for something unobtrusive.

I tried a Tune trapper antenna but it wasn't any better for me.

I was thinking of trying the Godar but the reviews seem mixed. Any other suggestions?

Mark
mhedges
Sure, just pop me an email and we can probably work something up.

I have that and several other items that I am not using currently that I plan to put up for sale shortly when I have some time including a Musical Fidelity A3CR power amp, Carver c-6 pre-amp, dbx 3bx mkii dynamic range enhancer NAD 7020 receiver (maybe) a Linksys Wireless G router and a 500Gb Lacie networked file storage drive.
I wish I could but my house is a loft-style and has no attic. I do already have an outdoor TV antenna installed but I get no signal from it. It has an amplifier on it somewhere and I think it has died.

Mark
I've had good luck in various situations with the inexpensive though somewhat antiquated/kitschy looking Magnum Dynalab Silver Ribbon Antennas. They do seem to work best in areas of strong signal strength, and it helps to have space to manually turn them as needed.
I built one based on this design...
http://www.wryr.org/Antenna_instructions.pdf

It works great. It's not directional. The design is intended for the public radio end of the FM spectrum.