Brand: AudioQuest

AudioQuest - NRG-Y3 Low-Distortion 3-Pole Power Cable

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AudioQuest - NRG-Y3 Low-Distortion 3-Pole Power Cable

AudioQuest - NRG-Y3 Low-Distortion 3-Pole Power Cable


Swap Out the Stock Power Cable in Your Video Displays, Powered Loudspeakers, and Electronic Components for the AudioQuest NRG-Y3: Three-Pole Design Reduces Distortion and Shields Noise

A high-value power cable ideal for video displays, powered loudspeakers, and electronic components, the AudioQuest NRG-Y3 produces noticeable gains in dynamic visual and aural performance over stock types. A three-pole design, it uses direction-controlled Long-Grain Copper (LGC) conductors in a semi-solid concentric arrangement in which the individual copper strands are packed extremely tight and never change position. The immediate result: significant reductions in strand interaction distortion. Plus, NRG-Y3's direction-controlled silver-plated shield conductors efficiently drain radio-frequency noise. You'll see sharper images, hear clearer sound, and enjoy wholesale improvements from music and movies – 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.

Distortion-Reducing Construction: Semi-Solid Concentric Packed Long-Grain Conductors
In a conventional multi-strand cable, distortion caused by electrical and magnetic strand interaction is compounded as each strand changes position within the bundle. In an AudioQuest semi-solid concentric packed cable, strands within the bundle maintain their fixed relationships, significantly reducing distortion.

Immerse Yourself in the Moment: Silver-Plated Drain Wires
Direction-controlled silver-plated shield conductors efficiently drain RF noise from the line and neutral shields to ground via the third ground pin. The net result is powerful, dynamic, and immersive.

Uncompressed Transients on Demand: Zero Characteristic Impedance
While many AC power cables feature low DC resistance in order to accommodate the demand for high current, a cable's characteristic impedance is crucial for optimal performance. Unlike most AC cables that constrict or compress an audio-provoked transient, AudioQuest AC cables combine low DC resistance and zero (no) characteristic impedance in order to deliver uncompressed transients on demand.