Digital coaxial advice needed


I’m a revived audio nerd so i seek some advice.
I’m looking for inputs for 2 PC’s and one coaxial cable between Nurpime Evo dac and CDT-8 Pro transport.
All advices are appreciated.


rird
Can you rephrase your question? Not sure what you are asking. PC's? Personal computers, power cords or?
I look for a coaxial cable first hand. To connect the devices.
I have other balanced IC’s, so i am set here. Perhaps i look in to PC’s later, but there are other things first.
I have been looking at rows of cables, but Lessloss seems interesting.
Perhaps a bit expensive

Sorry, PC's = power chords 
I'm still lost with your request?  You have 2 pc's that you want to connect to your nuprime, correct?  Your nuprime only has 1 usb input.  Why not pick up a SPDIF converter.  One of your pc's will go directly to the nuprime. The other pc will go to the SPDIF and then into either the coax or toslink.  
Seems to me the OP is looking for two power cords and one digital coax. Focus seems now to be the coax. 
I'm very happy with my Audio Envy digital coax.
What’s your budget?
Well, what’s reasonable? I was looking at Lessloss C-marc.
https://www.lessloss.com/cmarc-digital-cable-p-226.html
But higher than that i wouldn’t go. Rather a bit cheaper.

However, i just got an answer from Nuprime and they say HDMI is the best option!?

That would be "i2s" using an HDMI type cable. That is generally the best connection if both devices use the same i2s protocol. The one PS Audio came up with uses the HDMI. There is no standard for i2s yet so compatability issues can come up. As I understand it. Some use bnc cables as well. I haven't played with that yet. Just been researching it.
You should be able to use an hdmi cable that you may already have. Give it a try.
+1, Audio Envy digital coax.
The darned cables all sound different unfortunately.What works best for you may not work well in my system.Audio Envy is a good place to start.I really like their ics and pcs.The digital cable did not work out for me though others have been very happy with it.
@ sonicjoy why's HDMI better than coaxial?

It’s not HDMI, it’s the "I2S protocol" See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I²S


And here is Paul owner of PS Audio explaining it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrRV7hAKiIQ
Yes i noted. As some say, google is your friend.
So, IS2 hammer both coaxial and aes/ebu balanced digital connection it seems!?
If so i don't get why there's only one port for IS2 on the dac i ordered.
If jitter is zero and bandwidth is top, you'd like to connect a streamer and a transport to IS2. Nobody is pulling cables back and forth so this is annoying. Now it seems balanced digital is better than coaxial, so best would probably be to use a transport using IS2 for a streamer and a balanced digital for transport, or am i making the wrong assumption?
I2S is not widely adopted yet. Mostly found on higher end equipment where maximum performance is the goal. My "Wyred 4 Sound" DAC also only has one I2S input. But my transport does not use it. That's not to say that SPDIF coax sounds bad, it does not. It's just not the best that is possible.
I use Mogami 2964 / Canare RCA coaxial from enoaudio bought at Amazon for ~$40. Running between Node2i and RME ADI-2 DAC. I have run RME bit test between these components on both the coaxial and another Toslink and the transmission is 100% correct. Even if you spent $40,000 on a super-exotic cable you wouldn't beat the 100% correctness result. Which tells me I could have gotten an even cheaper cable on B&H (Hosa?)
I just found 2 digital aes/ebu sets i used back in 2002.
One brand i don't remember, the other one is signal cable.
I also found 2 custom made Krell cast cables.

Perhaps i should try and see how these two digital cables work first.
If i don't hear much difference, i probably should skip my urge for better (more expensive) ditos. However, i am curious of Inakustiks 2404
https://www.in-akustik.de/en/cables-and-accessories/reference-selection/digital-cable/reference-digi...

I contacted the reseller of the Nuprime combo, he actually suggested to move up from CDT-8 Pro to CDT 10 instead of more "exotic cables".

Btw, how does Nordost Heimdall 2 sound?
Are they thin in lower mid and bass?

I remember the older Nordost were good match for bass heavy systems