Audio multicore

We have two 50 metre audio-multicore cables.  They don't have a great many channels in them, as commonly used for mixing desk multicores, but just a few audio lines for special uses.  Essentially, they're a long stereo microphone cable, with extras.  There's a hard-wired break-out box at each end of the cable, with:

The cable is double-screened, each balanced and unbalanced line has their own screen, and there's a foil wrap around all the cores.  I've found it to reject hum pickup from adjacent mains wiring more effectively than various other ordinary balanced microphone cables.

Useful as a snake to a boom mike operator, with two microphone lines, fold back lines, headphone lines, and intercom lines.

Useful as a single cable to a stereo microphone, with spare connectors to aid in setting up (headphones to monitor the mixer output, intercom lines).

Useful as a snake to a studio desk, with microphone and earpiece lines.

Users of these cables must learn, or already know, how to properly handle cables.  For storage they must be over-and-undered, or figure-eighted.  They must be handled properly at all times, not just when returned to us.  We will not accept mangled cables, and, if damaged, you will be charged to replace the entire cable.


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