When I think of Jabra, I typically think of headsets for my cell phone. Now that mobile phones are doubling as MP3 players, it only makes sense for Jabra to hurl itself headlong into that segment as well (they’re already knee deep in it). The BT320s sports Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to wirelessly connect to a music phone, while still being able to take calls and control the tunes with the provided remote control.
If you prefer standalone MP3 players, the BT320s works for you as well, so long as you pick up either the A120s (for music players) or the A125s (for the iPod). This way, your music can blast out of that DAP, through the Bluetooth air, and into your ears. The BT320s is available in Deep Black and will retail for $89 when it ships in Q4.