PYLE PT260A 200-Watt Digital AM/FM Stereo Receiver
It would be unreasonable to expect audiophile-grade sound quality from a stereo receiver that can usually be had for around (and even under) $100. However, the Pyle PT260A can be a good way to get the utility of a stereo receiver for about the lowest price possible. Although this does mean giving up on some connectivity and features, and the receiver isn't likely to have as much longevity as more expensive options, there are always merits to an affordable entry-level system.
The PT260A offers 50 watts for each of its two channels while three analog inputs on the back and two quarter-inch mic jacks on the front round complete connectivity. Though there’s no headphone jack or phono input for playing vinyl records, connectivity is decent for the price. The PT260A has treble, bass, and balance controls, as well as a remote for ease-of-use. Although your expectations will decide whether this budget-friendly stereo receiver will satisfy you or not, individuals wanting basic functionality and solid sound output, this is one of the most affordable options out there.