What cable is used for snake cable?
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.
How do audio snakes work?
An audio snake, as mentioned, is a multi-channel audio cable that is capable of carrying multiple individual audio signals from point A to point B via a single cord. Snakes are used to simplify audio setups and reduce clutter.
Can you run speakers through a snake?
This seems logical, but in practice it is a bad idea for several reasons. The cables in a snake are quite thin so that they can pack them into a small bundle. Small wires don’t handle powerful signals very well. If you run enough power through these tiny wires, they can get hot, melt, or otherwise ruin your snake.