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An audio multicore cable (often colloquially referred to as a multicore, snake cable or snake) is a thick cable which usually contains 4–64 individual audio cables inside a common, sturdy outer jacket. Audio multicore cables are used to convey many audio signals between two locations, such as in audio recording, sound reinforcement, PA systems and broadcasting.[1] Multicores often route many signals from microphones or musical instruments to a mixing console, and can also carry signals from a mixing console back to speakers.

In audio engineering, the term multicore may refer to the several things

  • an unterminated length of multicore cable intended for analog audio signals (a type of cable harness)
  • a terminated cable, with a multipin connector or many individual connectors
  • the entire assembly of a terminated multicore cable and stage box)

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