Go to fatwyre.com. They are the biggest cable retailer there is, and they have a program where they lend you any cables that you want to try, first. It removes all the risk of buying cables. If you don't live in the US and cant use them for some reason, copper Audioquest, I feel, is the safest way to go. They sound good with just about anything, and you don't have to spend a lot of money either. Any of the newer copper cables with the DBS system should work very well for you. Also, if you need fully balanced cables, the AQ's are. Some single ended cables just have xlr connectors, and they're not really balanced. AQ used 3 separate conductors, one for each pin. Cardas and Nordost are good cables too, but the AQ works in more situations.
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