The sky's the limit as far as budget with music gadgets, but there are a surprising number of new audio gadgets that won't make too much of a dent in your bank account. How much do these gadgets cost?
The Philips earbuds retail for $19.98 -- a pretty good deal, if you ask us.
The QuietComfort 3s are less bulky than other noise-canceling headphones, hence the $350 price tag.
For when your pocket just won't do, we guess. The iTie is $50.
This tiny burner hit the market in August 2009 for $79.99.
This floating $40 speaker fits in the palm of your hand and plays MP3s off your phone -- and notifies you of calls -- while you lounge in the pool.
Numark introduced this DJ setup in July 2009 -- it gives beginner to expert DJs "everything they need to rock the house."
With this compact system, you can wirelessly access music from the Internet or your networked PC and play it through your house. Its retail price is $299.99.
Apple is billing the new Shuffle as "the first music player that talks to you." It retails for $79.
The 8GB iPod Touch is $229. Think of it as an iPhone without the phone.
The 120GB iPod Classic is $249.