I've read that cable capacitance and inductance act like a RC & RL LPF. The answer may be beyond what can be quickly understood..., however, what are "RC & RL" Low pass filters?
R= resistance
C= capacitance
L= inductance
Resistance is frequency independant constant opposition to current flow.
Capacitance is opposition to instantaneous voltage change, so looks like a decreasing resistance with increasing frequency.
Inductance is opposition to current change, so looks like an increasing resistance with increasing frequency.
Combination of R with C or R with L can make a simple one pole (6 dB/octave) high pass or low pass filter.
Wire has R, L, and C, but generally the C and L is small wrt the R so can be ignored for all but long distances. At very long distances (or very high frequency) the cable takes on a characteristic impedance. This is not important to know for audio, but what is meant by 50 ohm cables for some digital signals or 600 ohm twin lead for TV antennas.
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JR