Nothing's more irritating than turning on the amp you just installed in your car, only to hear hum or static. StreetWires ZeroNoise 3 stereo patch cables allow the pure signal from your receiver to get all the way to your amp without picking up any noise. Hyper Twist™ construction keeps noise from your car's electrical system out, while silver-plated, oxygen-free copper wire makes sure every detail of your music flows freely with the least possible resistance.

The 24-karat gold-plated connectors offer maximum conductivity and protection from corrosion. Precision machined, split-tip connector pins attach firmly and maintain secure contact. The paper-thin yet strong high-density polyethylene insulation won't crack or pinch the wires, no matter where you run these cables.

Product Highlights:

  • 11.5-foot stereo patch cables
  • silver-plated oxygen-free copper wire
  • high-density insulation
  • twisted-pair construction
  • warranty: limited lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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What's in the box?

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  • One 11.5' two-channel RCA patch cable (inside blister pack with cardboard insert that lists features and warranty information)

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Overview: The StreetWires ZeroNoise (ZN3) interconnects are the noise free link between your source unit and your amplifiers, or other components that use RCA-type (low-level) connections.

Twisted Pair Design: The StreetWires ZN3 interconnect cable features a twisted pair design to protect against automotive interference (noise).

Sure Grip Molded Body: The StreetWires ZeroNoise interconnects use a sure grip molded body to reinforce the entire connector assembly and is easy to engage or remove.

Total Fit Collar: The StreetWires interconnect cable's total fit collars provide uniform contact to ensure a strong fit.

Split-Center Pin: The ZeroNoise interconnect cable utilizes a split-center pin to ensure superior surface contact for better signal transfer.

Color-Coded: The ZN3 interconnect cable employs color-coded (black/red) bands for easy left and right identification.

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Written By MikeB, Virginia on Thursday, June 13, 2013

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They are cables. Have not had any issues with them

Pros: Low profile makes them easy to run under trim.

Cons: None


Written By RJ, Ray, Minnesota on Sunday, April 21, 2013

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Great sound quality!!

Pros: Great wires near I've ever owned!!!!

Source wiring is crucial

Written By Keith, Marrero, LA on Saturday, February 04, 2012

Your wiring from your source is the most important phase of the system so usung good wiring can help eliminate extra noise and provide a clean signal.

Pros: The wires are easy to handle and easy to tell which was which.

Cons: They were entirely too long for my application. I ran a sound board where my components were side by side so I had to coil up the extra wire and hide it behind the board. My source signal was coming from speaker level inputs which were tapped behind each speaker.