I have very limited space for a stereo system right now - basically, what will fit on top of my bedroom dresser. I have an old Kenwood CD changer that takes the JVC XC-M70 6-CD holders. On top of that, I have my record changer (currently a 4-speed GE, but soon to be replaced with a Garrard AT6 Mk. II), and my speakers are small, no-name "shelf" speakers hanging on my wall (and which sound surprisingly good!). My amp is an RCA/Radio Shack SA-155 mini-amp. I would really like to find a compact tuner unit that will also allow me to play MP3 files via a thumb drive or SD/micro SD card, and connect through the "tuner" input on the mini amp. I tried one of the cheap Chinese NDVA-1000 units, and it was horrible. Oh, it played the mp3 files okay, but the FM tuner would not pick up one single FM station, and I do like to listen to the radio as much as anything else. Seller is sending me a return label for that piece of garbage... So, is there any such thing as what I am looking for? I'd rather not have to buy an IPod or something similar, the NDVA-1000 has the right idea, as far as what I am looking for, but as I said, the so-called "tuner" feature is non functional.