$20. The price of a good meal; far less than a tank of gas; less than most retail video games. For $20, you can also get a Mixcder HD901, a decent pair of Bluetooth headphones. Sure, the sound could be better, and common to most modern low-cost headphones, the bass is a bit overwhelming, and it lacks high-end detail. But the features included, and what sound you do get, is without a doubt, quite a bargain. Nevertheless, they do have significant flaws.