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Old 03-10-2012, 12:48 PM   #1
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What kind of cable is this?


Hey guys, I am looking to find out what kind of cable this is.



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It looks to me like some kind of.

3 Conductor surface shielded Cable

The outside is a black shield

It has 3 wires: red, gold green that were twisted together and have some kind of coating on them, not rubber but a color coating on them.

Its a verrrrrrry thin cable and the wires are individually twisted with about 8 strands and then the 3 twisted and then the outside.

Anyone have by any chance of this laying around or know what this kind is?
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What kind of cable is this?


Looks like some sort of audio cable.
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What kind of cable is this?


I know that, but the type an official name for it? A place to buy it... Anything?
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What kind of cable is this?


Belden cable 3 conductor sheilded, see attached catalog.

https://edeskv2.belden.com/Products/#s=3 conductor sheilded&r=0
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