Once upon a time, they cost somewhere in the neighborhood of 4,500 dollars, which is an excessive amount of money for such "ears," especially when one considers that after one year of use, the use of headphones becomes a form of gambling. Even though they performed an excellent job, I can only give them two stars.
Below are some advantages:
(Applicable only during the initial year of use) They hold a good charge, and it seems like even the declared four hours of use function. They, quite frankly, do not fall out of the ears, and they offer a good sound; they are not the best and they are not the worst. If everything functions as it should, the battery should charge to its full capacity in one hour.
Below are some downsides:
After being used for a year, they started charging improperly; now, when placed in the case, they just sit there while the charging indicators on both the case and the devices themselves light up, but the charge does not proceed. After a year of use, the right…