Best sounding FM table radio ever made...

I am looking to pick up a great FM table radio.  Mono or stereo.  Sound quality is of prime importance and it need not be a current model.  I have had great tube console radios from mid-century, but this time I am looking for the best sounding table radio ever. 


To deahead1000 &mcleeds    Allison Steel, The night bird on WNEW radio in New York was unreal. She used to come on the Radio at about 11PM or Midnight. I was there almost every night listening. She was GREAT. Her sultry voice was mesmerizing. What her talent was the ability to draw you in with her music selections. She was able to link one song into the next that just fit perfectly. The mood and song selection just carried you through the night. For those of us in that era, and local, you'll understand. Robert TN

Proton 300 paired with powered slave 301 speaker hands down.  Schotz circuitry FM that was amazing.  Sometimes my medical travel contract kit with metal stands and DVD player as source.  This rocked and produced a viable sound stage.

Left it all in Austria with step-down transformer and former 5'10" Austrian girlfriend.  Yes, there is a story there.


celtic66.....and that story is.....  And yes, I have a few of those including a woman that modeled for Victoria's ...

FM Radio Shootout:

I picked up a Kenwood L-02T - described as "Most natural sound, good bass. Pinpoint imaging. Lifelike, three-dimensional sound"