Try them all, pick the one you prefer. That’s the only way you will know. BTW the Node is significantly improved with an aftermarket power cable.
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Agree with others you should just try it both ways. For digital the vast majority prefer a 75Ohm digital cable over toslink. You can get a 1.5m Apogee Wyde Eye from Amazon for only $55 that’s very good — just make sure you follow the directional arrows that are faintly marked. Hope this helps, and best of luck.
@soix Thanks for your response. I have been looking into Coaxial cables and I really did know where to start. I don't want to pay a lot of money and I don't want to waste my money on something that is not good. I will check out the Apogee Wyde as you suggested. $55 is the price I would want to spend. Thanks
The Wyde Eye is a great place to start. I’ve compared it to more expensive interconnects and it is still in my system, and John Atkinson actually used it as his reference digital cable for a while — not that that means much, but it speaks to the fact that it’s at least a solid cable. As I mentioned before, if you get one make sure to follow the directional arrows that are hard to see. I installed mine backwards once and it sounded awful. At the very least you’ll have a very good and well-rounded, neutral cable to start, and if you find something better you know you’ve got something. Let us know how it works out.