Don't compromise your mobile audio setup with inferior connecting cables. Streetwires ZeroNoise 5 Series cables feature silver-soldered connections, oxygen-free copper wire, and high-density insulation to get the best possible performance from your system.

This ZeroNoise 5 Series ZN5XF35 11.5-foot minijack cable features one male and one female 3.5mm connector. When your existing mini cable just isn't long enough, use this cable to lengthen it. The female connector holds your minijack securely while the hyper-twisted wire construction ensures maximum signal transfer.

Product Highlights:

  • 11.5' minijack cable
  • one male and one female 3.5mm connector
  • oxygen-free copper wire
  • twisted-pair construction
  • high-density insulation
  • silver-soldered connections
  • warranty: lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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  • 11.5' minijack audio cable with male 3.5mm connector on one end and a female 3.5mm connector on other end

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Features

Oxygen Free Copper: These cables use Oxygen Free Copper that eliminates oxidation that causes corrosion and signal loss.

Twisted Pair Design: The twisted pair design passes all the music with none of the noise. Each interconnect uses the twisted design as well as each pair of interconnects.

Ultra-flex Dual Jacket: The jacket is flexible so that you can bend the cable and still maintain perfect geometry.

Sure Grip Molded Body: The body of the connector reinforces the entire connector assembly and is easy to engage or remove. They are also small enough to fit in the tightest of spaces.

Split Center Pin: The 3.5mm pin is split to ensure superior surface contact for better signal transfer.

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Wonderfully, completely average.

Written By Ford Taurus Fun, Roanoke, IL on Friday, July 29, 2011

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I suppose I forgot to write up a review on this cable! As the case may be, I can now give it a full review after spending nearly a year with it. I take very good care of my stuff; this was in my car, but up until the end, it saw no action besides plugging/unplugging and sitting in the center console.

For the first six months, it worked pretty well. If you read my other review, I was experiencing "fuzzing" in my music at times....I'm pretty sure that was coming from this cable. Moving the cable fixed the problem.

Past the sixth month mark, the non-fuzzing sweet spot got smaller and harder to find. It wasn't enough to deter me, though, I kept using it for the next 6 months.

And here we are, just shy of one year of my purchase date...the cable is all but dead. I have to mess with/press/sometimes wrap the end just to get my music to play without fuzzing. You know a cable's about to die when you have to abuse it to make it work! I chalk it up to the fat, weak, unsupported connectors...pretty sure they killed the thin cable on the inside.

I'm back to cash in on that "lifetime" warranty...for the price I paid, I really hope I get it...and I'm going to stick the new cable in an office, maybe? Low-to-no traffic.