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polarflux wrote:Does anyone have any experience moving the ST-70 inputs from the front to the rear? I'm thinking of doing this using insulated RCA plugs, leaving the original input jacks in place on the front panel for looks. The problem is the only suitable space on the rear of the chassis is on either side of the fuse jack and the power cord and I am concerned there may be noise issues associated with having the signal inputs next to the AC mains. I was thinking it may be possible to modify the plates the speaker jacks are connected with to make room for input jacks as another option.
The ST-120 is GREAT so far with the replaced cap-can, Thanks for your help!
Related to this thread, I purchased some high-quality right angle RCA adapters. Is it okay if the outsides touch? I believe that these are both grounded sides of the RCA's of course, but any reason I'd want to keep these grounds isolated from each other? I see in the picture you posted they seem to be touching.