I would like to make some very short length interconnects (about 25cm) in order to cut down on the amount of Spaghetti at the rear of my AV system. I'm targetting the less important outputs like the VCR in an effort to cut down on potential interference to my more important outputs like the DVD player which will keep it's short length Linn phonos. I therefore have some scope to experiment and thought I'd set about soldering my own cable to phono plugs. Will good speaker cable work well as good interconnect cable or is there an altogether different rule of thumb. For example, my first idea was to use QED Silver Anniversary and weld that to the phonos. Would that still get me a reasonable sound?