This brand of headphones is new to me. My cat destroyed my old memories, so I had to replace them with new ones. I had a lot of options in front of me in this pricing range (about 800 rials) when it came time to make a decision. Just these, though, have really interested me. In retrospect, I know that was a mistake. As soon as I touched the nasnik, I got the uneasy feeling that one of the connecting pieces was actually wriggling. To be honest, I thought it was just me. After using it for a week, I came to the following conclusion: there is zero sound insulation. Even with my music turned up to 11, I could still hear every word that was being said around me. My previous Sony headphones were compatible with this phone without any issues. Another issue was that the sound was muted in comparison to Sony products. In addition, I tried different kinds of headphones from friends and found that only mine had the issue. And then, after maybe a month of intermittent use at most, one of the headphones just split in half on the sidewalk. And at first I blamed myself, thinking that I had squeezed them too tightly. And she felt not just responsible, but also dissatisfied. I looked for cracks or other damage in the spare earpiece right away, but found none. As of that point forward, earphones were unused. They're merely sitting on the shelf. After waiting for two weeks, I finally needed new headphones, and these were the only ones I could find. It took me less than an hour to ruin the second earpiece by simply holding it in my hand. This time, I simply took it in my palm and didn't pressure it. More importantly, the headphones both snapped in half along the seam where they were joined. And it's remarkably uniform. A nagging suspicion lingered that they had only been inserted rather than fixed, but despite my best efforts, I was unable to successfully re-insert them. That being said, I can unequivocally state that the headphones are awful. While the other headphones in the photo were purchased online, mine malfunctioned right here. Unfortunately, I did not remember to photograph them before discarding them after their final use.