Anyone got an experience with re-wiring tonearms?
My other half has an old BSR Ultra all-in-one TT and someone/thing has chomped through the tonearm wiring just beyond the end of the arm, so I need to replace it.
I'm not talking about just replacing the short headshell leads, I need to replace the entire wire from the back of the cartridge (including the pins, ideally pre-soldered), all the way through to the point it's soldered onto the terminals inside the unit under the TT (so that end needs to be bare wire), probably about a metre or so. This is a 5 wire job, it appears to include an earth wire of some sort.
I've tried a bit of googlage but all I'm getting is Rega replacing wiring, which is no good and I'm not spending hundreds on it, I don't particularly want to even spend 20 quid if I'm honest, I'm just trying to get it going again so she can ruin some records on it and stop bothering me about it (she has a Project Debut II, so I don't know what the fuss is about really).