This CableChum® digital cable transmits digital data. Thicker than a typical audio coax cable due to the double shielding, it's primarily used for Surround Sound system. It's dual Shielded with 100% Aluminum/Mylar Foil, Plus a 95% Tinned Copper Braid.
DMX cables control stage lighting and effects. It is used to link controllers or a lighting consoles to special effects devices such as fog machines and intelligent lights. DMX can now be used to control almost anything, reflecting its popularity in theaters and venues.
A MIDI Cable carries the signal that specifies notation, pitch, and velocity, control signals for parameters such as volume, vibrato, audio panning, cues and clock signals that set and synchronize tempo between multiple devices.
Snake cables are used for audio recordings, sound reinforcement, PA systems and broadcasting. The "snake" carries multiple individual signals from the audio console to the sound recording, broadcasting and/or sound reinforcement equipment.
This audio cable has a Toslink male on one end and a Toslink male on the other. It is typically used to distribute high-definition, multi-channel audio from a dvd, satellite receiver, game console, computer or other digital audio component to an AV receiver.
The XLR connector is a style of connector primarily found on professional audio, video, and stage lighting equipment. The connectors will have between 3, 5 and 7 pins. They are commonly associated with balanced audio interconnection, including digital audio, but are also used for lighting control and other applications.
1/4 Inch (also known as a Phone Jack), TRS and TS type of connectors, are typically used for instrumentation and audio signals. TRS connectors are used for a stereo signals and TS are for a mono signal. The "T " stands for "tip", "R " stands for "ring" and "S" stands for "sleeve".