Unbalanced cable routing is when one core (internal) of an (audio) cable is used for signal routing and the braided shield is both the shield and ground (the reference potential) for the signal. This type of cable routing is mostly used for instruments and pre-amplified signals (typically e.g. RCA cables). However, this form of signal routing is significantly more sensitive to interference and external interference than balanced signal routing.

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