4 Best MP3 Players

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If your crew isn't down with your tune selections in the locker room, throw on some headphones and plug in one of these top MP3 players.

Apple iPod nano 16GB, $180, apple.com Features: Holds up to 4,000 songs. Small enough to clip on anywhere without getting in the way during a workout. Compatible with Nike+ so you can track and record your training.

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If your crew isn't down with your tune selections in the locker room, throw on some headphones and plug in one of these top MP3 players.

Apple iPod nano 16GB, $180, apple.com
Features:
Holds up to 4,000 songs. Small enough to clip on anywhere without getting in the way during a workout. Compatible with Nike+ so you can track and record your training.

Sony Walkman 16GB MP3 Player, $120, sonystyle.com
Features:
Holds up to 4,000 songs. Voice recorder for capturing mental notes or words of wisdom during pre-game prep.

Zune 80, $140, zune.net
Features:
Holds up to 20,000 songs. Includes built-in FM radio. Allows you to download songs from radio stations and upload to your music library.

Philips GoGear Aria 8GB MP3 Player, $80, gogear.philips.com
Features:
Affordable for most athletes. Slim (3.3") design. Holds up to 1,800 songs. 30 hours of battery life. Ability to download from Google Video and YouTube.


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