Want a Bluetooth MP3 player? Here are dozens…

11 August 2008 11 Comments admin


A Bluetooth MP3 player transforms the way you listen to your tunes, but finding a good one from the thousands of ordinary MP3 players on the market can take days of tedious research.

So we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled a list of the top Bluetooth MP3 players on the market today, together with links to the all the Bluetooth MP3 players from the major online stores.

Yes, we’re very very good to you people!

Why buy a Bluetooth MP3 player?

A Bluetooth MP3 player is a must-have couch potato gadget who prefers listening to their tunes without moving, rather than having to fiddle about with wires to hear their tunes. A Bluetooth MP3 player will let you do some or more of the following:

  • listen to your tunes wirelessly, either through a Bluetooth headset or an external Bluetooth speaker. No wires, no fuss, just stream your music from the MP3 player to the speaker, no matter where it is in your lounge.
  • stream your tunes to your car stereo wirelessly – a number of car radios now also come with Bluetooth, meaning you can listen to your tunes from your MP3 player in your car without having to use headphones (dangerous and, er, illegal!) or one of those annoying FM transmitters.
  • take calls from your mobile phone via your MP3 player – never get up to answer the phone again!
  • wirelessly copy your tunes to and from your PC – no more fiddling about with USB cables.

Wired MP3 players are so lost year, while Wi-Fi ones are still a bit pricey. If it’s a decent MP3 player you’re after, you might as well throw Bluetooth into the mix as well – you won’t regret it.

We’ve come up with the following list showing five of the best Bluetooth MP3 players on the market today. If these don’t tempt you, check out our links to the Bluetooth MP3 players from the major online stores.

1). The Samsung YP-T10 Bluetooth MP3 player
Samsung YP-T10 Bluetooth MP3 player

Looking not unlike a mobile phone, the Samsung YP-T10 lets you stream your music from the device to a Bluetooth earpiece or a Bluetooth wireless speaker using Bluetooth A2DP technology.

Nothing flash or fancy, the Samsung simply lets you play MP3 tunes with or without wires. It comes in several variants, from 2GB up to 16GB, and also features an intriguing “character animation” user interface, to stop you getting bored from looking at a dull list of tunes! Good value too, with prices starting from just

 

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  1. Its a great article..I have been thinking of buying a bluetooth Mp3 for a long time..got a lot of info here but just fell in love with Sony Rolly..its seems like a cute gadget..i think i will buy it!
    http://www.audio-news.co.uk

  2. The Sony Rolly looks great, doesn’t it. When you see it in action, you can’t believe it’s from a company as conservative as Sony! If it was portable enough to go jogging with, I’d get one myself. Not that I actually go jogging, I just feel MP3 players should be small enough to take jogging with you if you ever wanted to!

    Now if only my Sony Ericsson phone could do this…!

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  5. I found your site because I am looking for a MP-3 / Bluetooth combiniation that I can use with my motorcycle. You forget that there are millions of motorcyclist in this world: especialy here in Asia. I am an X-American busiessman, now teaching in Bangkok. Not a couch potatoe. I have Bluetooth on my cell phone and it works great.
    What millions of cyclists need is a MP-3 Bluetooth player with a compatible set of ear phones that fit into the helmet —-not into your ears. So, you leave the head phones in your helmet and keep your player either under your seat (away from rain, etc.) or in a pocket. This would market well through motorcycle (and bicycle) shops throughout the world.
    I welcome your comments.
    Adrian……………….in Bangkok

  6. Hey Adrian,
    I ride a motorcycle too. I am looking for the same kind of helmet you have been looking for. They are starting to make bluetooth helmets now.
    Nolan makes a handful of bluetooth helmets but.. what a rip of they charge separate for the headphones and microphone ($100) and then, your bluetooth kit ($230).
    I ordered a Vega Vtune but have not recieved it yet due backorder. I guess it is stuck in U.S. Customs until late June :(. However it is a very affordable full face with an internal sun visor and bluetooth . (No Microphone though) all for ($230)
    Let me know if you have found anything that works for you. I am looking mainly for MP3 usage.

  7. Six does not a dozen make, let alone “dozens”

  8. HEY GUYS
    I HAVE BEEN RIDING FOR MANY YEARS, I HAVE USED MULTIPLE DEVICES. I CURENTLY HAVE A SET UP THAT IS AWESOME! AT THE MOMENT I HAVE A SHOEI RF1000 WITH A CHATTERBOX BLUETOOTH. ALLS I HAVE TO DO IS PAIR MY BLACKBERRY TO IT AND I CAN ANSWER PHONE CALL AS WELL AS PLACE PHONE CALLS. WHILE I AM RIDDING I CAN LISTEN TO MY MUSIC THAT I DOWN LOADED ON TO MY BLACKBERRY, I CAN SHUFFLE THROUGH MY SONDS, CONTROLL VOLUME ALL VIA CHATTERBOX. WHEN A CALL COMES IN I CAN ANSWER IT THE MUSIC WILL SHUT OFF WHILE I AM ON THE PHONE, WHEN IM DONE THE MUSIC COMES BACK ON. AND THE BOX DOES TALK BIKE 2 BIKE ONLY IF THE OTHER GUY HAS A BOX TOO. THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST SET UP THAT I HAVE EVER USED I HIGHLY RECOMEND IT! THE ONLY THING IS IT IS KINDA PRICEY!! THE HELMET RUNS $475.00, THE BOX WILL RUN $399.00, AND THE BLACKBERRY WILL PROB RUN 200.00 RIGHT NOW. TOTAL PRICE IS PROB $1075.00

    SORRY ABOUT THE SPELLING I HATE PROOF READING!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. I run an Arai GP 7 with the Cardo Scala rider FM kit. Great and it fits all helmet types. I have just this morning got the G4 version released Feb 2010 and that has cabled or bluetooth mp3 ability. This is the best solution that I have found as you can also talk to 2 other riders within 1km distance.

    £239 is well worth it but shop around and you can save a bit.

  10. I have a viper helmet with Bluetooth and can access my phone and music stored on it ,in fact have done so through several different phones, I upgraded to the Nolan with all the bells and whistles and have a very expensive helmet sitting in the corner as the pairing up to phone can only be described as a nightmare as in hold this button for 2 sec hold this one down for 4 . So if you can find the viper Bluetooth 2 helmet costs about £150 of your english pounds and pairs with most things with easy to work controls even with gloves but cannot skip tracks go for it

  11. O’Neal have a new Bluetooth helmet
    Is fabulous, make sure you use their measurements as their MEDIUMis more like LARGE
    O’Neal Tirade approx USD$320 + USD $80 for ‘postage’

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