Hi all. I want to connect my standard Amplifier (NAD C350) speaker wires (red and black) to a power amp with XLR & Balanced TRS connectors as the input. I want to doctor up a cable running from the standard Speaker Terminals (twist terminal Left/Right speakers with Red (live) and Black (return) jacks) on my Amplifier to plug into the XLR input jacks on my power amp. I have lots of speaker wire, and even some good XLR cables (with XLR connectors) to use as donor material. Should I be just chopping my XLR cables to plug from my Power AMP into my speaker (output) terminals on my Amplifier? Or should I begin from scratch with a visit to JayCar and start all over again? Can someone point me in the right direction or tell me what to do? Yoytube is getting tiring (I've watched a dozen or so videos already). I am going to DIY solder this solution. I have all equipment and solder regularly). Have voltmeter for continuity testing. EDIT: FYI I have another thread about using my NAD C350 as a Pre Amp to a Phonic MAX 1500 and if this is a suitable combination to use in a Home HiFi Setup.