I was wondering if someone knows if it is unusually hard to do soldering on a flat headphones cable. I am sorry, I don't know how one is called, which is why I could not even find a replacement or any videos or how-tos. It's for Sony MDR-ZX600 headphones with a 3.5mm TRRS jack. The jack is slightly bent, and I have to use a M-F adapter and flex the cable to get them to work. I've never had to deal with a flat cable like that and don't want to completely break it by trying to solder a new jack to it.
Has anyone dealt with this type of cable and is it as easy to deal with as most low-end round audio cables? I was only able to fix no so fancy XLR mic connectors and inexpensive speaker systems with ripped out cables, etc. Thanks in advance.