Decent Interconnects From Table to Preamp

Hello All,
I have a Harmon Kardan T65c Turntable. It has Gold RCA Jacks on the rear of the Turntable. I was looking for a pair of lower priced Interconnects to connect to my preamp. This Turntable has a Capacitance Pot/Dial to make adjustments to capacitance, so that may help in cable recommendations. Are there any available local, like Radio Shack, Best Buy, etc...Thanks, Ray
The T65 is a good table, but the internal tonearm wiring was nothing special so you shouldn't need to spend a whole lot on a cable, especially if you're using a budget cartridge and your preamp's built-in phono stage.

Something like this should be sufficient...
Mogami Neglex 2534. Low capacitance and inductance, shielded, low noise, right price.

Scroll down for the lenght you want. I am using the same cable (mine is DIY with Cardas Rhodium connector) on my preamps with great results.
Hi Ed,
My Preamp is an Audio Research SP9, which is normally connected to my VPI HW19 MK.IV, with ZETA Tonearm, and VandenHul Silver Wiring internal of Tonearm, and VandenHul Silver Tonearm Cables going from the ZETA Arm to the AR SP9 Preamp. I didn't want to go as expensive with the Harman Kardon T65c, but I will be using very good cartridges with it, such as Shure V15VMR-LE.....Audio Technica AT20SS....Grado Signature TLZ.....and AT-OC9ML/II...Thanks, Ray
Oyaide PA-2075 RR, available on Ebay.
What is the price range that fits your budget? I may be able to make a suggestion if given this information.
I like Amandarae's suggestion as well. I wouldn't spend more than $30 or so.

Good as those cartridges are, they will be limited not only by the table's tonearm wiring, but also the Ito arm itself, which was decent enough in its day but far surpassed by even entry level arms like the Rega RB251 today. As a package, the T65c was a very good table overall. In fact, I've owned the T35 and T60 myself.

Also...I wouldn't mount the OC-9 on that tonearm. Way too light and far too imprecise.