How hard/easy is it to damage the RCA connectors on the back of an amp (for signal in). Yesterday I was changing some component positions and moved my 3802 to a separate rack without realizing that I had relatively short interconnects to my amp. When placing the 3802 in the rack i realized that the interconnects were tightly stretched. So I put it back in the old rack and took out the interconnect to see if there was any damage/pullout/deformation of the interconnect leads on the back of my 3802 and my amp. The 3802 preouts seemed solid on the chassis. The amp leads also seemed to be in place. They however seemed to have slight flexibility in them when I held them and lightly pressed them. Now this slight flexibility could have been in the amp leads to begin with but being the anal audiofreak that I am, I kept thinking that I had done some damage. Do you think it is that easy to damage the input leads in an amp or am I imagining things? Thanks in advance for your inputs.