I'm trying to upgrade the standard RCA cables on my SL-Q2 and have a question about the tonearm wires located right below the RCA solders.
Can these tonearm wires be re-soldered easily back to their board by simply heating the solder and pushing the wire into the hot solder?
These wires are the thinnest I have ever seen and I noticed that my old SL-Q3(Used for practice) has a piece of tape over the solder points and the tonearm wires.
This can easily pull off the tonearm wiring from their solder points when the tape is peeled back for access to the RCA soldering points.
I need to upgrade my RCA's but unless I can get a rouge tonearm wire that breaks free easily soldered back it's too risky to peal back the tape.
Please anyone that has done this upgrade please give me some feedback.
Thanks, Steven Level