My lintze wires in my tonearm broke a few months ago. I rewired. Soldered directly to the Cardas cable i have. Works fine. I was connecting it just like it was before. left + shield and right + shield The Cardas cable runs in one of those black fine masked “hoses” with shrinkflex in each end, so you cant see the interconnects. The end does not have a black/white or red terminal for left and right. It just have L and R printed. In the end where I soldered the two interconnects, the cables and their colours are identical and there are no L and R markers. I had a new phono amp for test. It had a really bad drawing on the board for connecting in/out and left and right. So I switched my Cardas thinking that i might has misread the instruction. So left goes to red and right to black. The opposite of normal. WOW. Like going from mono to stereo. Normally swapping right and left just switches the sound to the other speaker. Here, the sound opened up and became involving and full bodied. Like night and day. Turntable->Phono amp->Integrated What happened here? Has the lintze soldering from the cartridge R channel gone to L on the cable? If so, why does that change the Sound so drastically?