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Recieved the two sets and one had held up better than the other which me spouse has. In my case, the pair I've kept has been used about a handful of times as of now, but around the third use, I noticed the cord connection to the actual insert piece of the headphones that goes into a phone, etc. already seemed to get loose. They were taken care of and placed in a case so I'm not sure how that happened so quickly. However because of it I've been extra careful and am in thinking of getting electrical tape to secure it to avoid complete failing of this pair. Hopefully they last a while.
Ok, I received two headphones, and both are bad in different ways!
The first one is too noisy when you want to connect it to your phone/pc, or when you touch the end of it while it is connected. You cannot walk with it, run with it, or even move too much with it. And you do not want to put it one before connecting it to your phone/pc (the noise while connecting it is unbearable!)
The second one is bad in terms of sound quality. You can switch them while listening, and you can notice the difference. I had the AKG headphones that came with my phone, and it was ok.
Just got these in today, the sound quality is really good, usually I dont expect much from earbuds as far as bass goes but these have a full sound to them. A good affordable option especially for people like me who don't like using Bluetooth headphones. They block out noise pretty well, though when nothing is playing tis also relatively easy to hear people which is a plus for me. I tend to leave my headphones in my ears out of habit. Theres a little ridge on the rubber that may get uncomfortable for extended wear but if its a problem it should be easy enough to smooth off with a bit of exact knife finessing.