It also depends on what you consider these categories to represent in price. For me, I have moderately expensive audio equipment, iBasso DX90 DAP, Shure SE535 IEM and Shure SRH1540 headphones. Now to the iPod/Sandisk/Beats crowd, that could be really expensive at around $400-$500 per item (plus a micro SD card for the DAP). But to the Astell&Kern/JHAudio crowd, it's cheap junk given that the top end AK DAP is $2500 and the top end JHA IEM is about the same. (If you are interested in a good sounding DAP that is a good value, take a look at the Fiio X1, for $99, it's well worth it's price versus anything else out there.)
Then there are desktop components. Take Schiit Audio products. They start at $99 and go up to their soon to be released statement DAC that will be $2600 (if you want to get into desktop audio, take a look at Schiit Audio, they make damn good stuff at damn good prices and made in USA). Some of these may still sound expensive, but that $99 Modi DAC or Mangi amp from Schiit would probably be $400 from any other company (and made in China no doubt). When you consider there are some cans that run $5k+ and need amps that cost another $5k+ to operate them, without a source, perhaps my stuff should be considered in the junk category.
Go to head-fi.com and read some reviews. I'm sorry about your wallet in advance.