"After March of 2017 all the VTA amps have TWO red posts. In most cases the two red posts were set up for 4 and 8 ohms and the yellow (16 ohm) wire is still connected to the NFB eyelet on the driver board. If you have 16 ohm speakers, you should connect the YELLOW (16 ohm) wire to one of the red binding posts and then run a wire from that post to the NFB eyelet on the driver board to still provide negative feedback for the amp."
So, I plan on snipping those long yellow wires that run from the back of the amp to the front, connect one snipped end to the speaker terminal and from that terminal run a piece of wire back to the other snipped end and splice/solder/shrink tube it so I'll still have a connection to the board (I don't want to get the iron close to the board, just to be careful).
Is this okay and is 600 volt 18 gauge wire okay to use to connect the terminal back to the yellow wire?
Thanks for the help.
ps I now have the three terminal connectors on my ST70. So I'll have 8ohm and 16 ohm outputs.