Originally posted by DJ-CHRIS
Those are old audio wires that used to be used to transfer sound from CD drives to the sound card.
However in newer computers you transfer the data (music) across the IDE cable and it gets decoded and sent to the sound card.
So if I'm working on some ancient PC and I crack open the case and find the audio wire, should I just go ahead and remove it or leave it be?
My uncle's pc has one of these audio cables, however it goes from the sound card to something else... I can't remember if it's the gfx card or the motherboard, but I'm pretty sure it's the gfx card it connects to...