So, I have some Beyerdynamic Custom One Pros, and the headphone cable on them went, only thankfully you can replace it with any 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable really, as long as the jack isn't too thick, which wasn't a problem with this cable.
The problem is everything else. I bought this cable, at quite an expense, because of the brand I thought I could trust, Belkin. I use their ethernet cables frequently and I love those, but this is shoddy.
First to note, 0.9m is cutting it mega fine on headphone cord length - so don't do it. I really like right angle jack connectors for phones, in this case it is for my Nexus 5, and well, it barely fits in when you have a case on it.
However, sizing aside, its the cable that bugs me. Sure it's a flat cable, and I like flat cables usually but this is abysmal! It feels weak, like it's going to break all the time, and the end of the right angled jack has become very loose so the sound cuts out on one side, and all the shiny silver has come off of both ends! This was about after 3 or 4 weeks of use! Also the green colour picks up any kind of dark colouration so quickly! I had some new-ish jeans, had the cable in my pocket and the cable had picked up a lot of the denim dye and wouldn't wash off!
Personally, I'd say DO NOT BUY. I would recommend the Hama AluLine cable (2m) which I have also left a review of.