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The latest problem on my amp build:
I have quite a few wires to connect to one point on my eyelet board (four, I think, plus the capacitor and resistor legs that also share this eyelet) - I can just about do it but it's ugly and once everything is soldered I can't see how good the joint is so I'm not sure how long I can expect the joint to last.
Is it acceptable to take a short spur wire off this point and solder all the wires to the end of said spur and then insulate with heatshrink and securely fasten so it doesn't move around inside the chassis?
I can't think of any other way of doing it, to be honest, but just wondered if this is okay to do and won't have any unintended consequences I haven't thought about.
Thanks in advance.