Make sure you also switch out the stock power cord or else it will not be optimized.
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The choice of AES/EBU cable that is likeliest to be optimal is more likely to be dependent on the component providing the signal than on the component receiving the signal, IMO. So I would suggest that you indicate the source component you are using, and give greatest weight to suggestions that may be provided by users of that same component (or by users of other source components from the same manufacturer that were made in approximately the same timeframe), who are also connecting via AES/EBU.
Also, as you may have seen in past threads here and elsewhere, for AES/EBU cables (and also coaxial S/PDIF cables) lengths of 1.5 meters or slightly longer, or if practical very short lengths such as 6 or 8 inches, stand a greater chance of being optimal than intermediate lengths such as 1 meter. That will not always be the case, as many component and cable dependent variables are involved, but the chances of achieving optimal results will be greatest with the 1.5 meter or very short lengths.
Good luck. Regards,