Budget 15' interconnect recommendation

After remodeling my basement I will need to get a 15 feet interconnect between my pre-map and power amp. I don't have a lot of budget for that, up to $300. I did some research here and other forums and seems like the following cables will fit in my budget. I am asking if some of you have owned them and provide some direct comparison. I like smooth mid, low mid, solid (not big/loud) bass, wide sound stage (don't like in your face forward sound), good dynamic range, airy high etc... Mostly listen to classical, vocal, jazz and soft rock. Both amps are SS.

1. Blue Jean LC-1
2. Audio Art AAC IC-3
3. AudioQuest Big Sur
4. Audio Envy Studio Prestige
If you can scrimp up another $45.00, the DH Labs BL-1 interconnects in 5M will be perfect for what you are doing.  They are 100% shielded and use POLISHED silver plated OFC copper with good RCA's.
@hifi28 Think about this for a second. As an egress window, the likelihood of needing it is pretty slim overall. Even with an amp on the floor in front of it, access is still a problem potentially. A rack high enough for a preamp and amp is only going to be maybe 20” higher give or take. I have 5 egress windows in my basement. Most have something in front of them obscuring some sort of access, but still movable if need be. Get a rack on coasters if necessary. Simple to move and keep those runs short. Just a thought.
@goef3 I only have 1 egress window and I am placing the amp just behind the speaker so at least two feet from the window. Besides, the table is not only for the amps, also cdp, turntable, phono amp, dac, HT receiver, blue ray player etc... I did thought about putting coasters under the table. Even I have carpet on top of concrete but still not sure about viberation especially for the turntable. I have to re-think about that.

Anyone done coasters?
If the room isn't a bedroom, egress shouldn't be an issue. This assumes you're in the U.S.  If the local governing body has the room classified as a bedroom (normally, the presence of a closet triggers this), but it isn't being used as a bedroom, personally, I wouldn't worry. JMO.
I have 2 preamps that connect to an amp(s) using two 15 foot Benchmark XLR’s. It is an excellent value cable. Speaker cable is where I spend my cable money.

If your requirement is XLR cables do a bit of research on AES48. My gear supports the spec and I think it allows me to save money on XLR interconnects.