SUT to MM cable? what should i get? cable mis-match

So I took thee plunge on the advice of some very helpful audiogoners and decided against the FR step up transformer. I decided to first try out an Entre ET-100 as it has inputs for 3 arms with difference impedence settings.

My question is this, having regard to the arms and cables i have acquired. I have a :

- HELIUS OMEGA with a silver cryo cable which goes from tags to plugs.
- FR64
- Moerch DP6
- Mission/Jelco
I have a few different cables available to me:
1. Nordost Tyr
2. Cardas Golden Reference
3. TCI
4. Townshend

What kind of cable do i need from SUT to mm stage - tonearm cable? normal shielded interconnect?

Silver or copper? - length? Any specific specs - ie low capacitance???
lohanimal, Well I owned FR- frt 3 and 5 with switches. By inspecting
their inside construction I have seen more soldering points then
by any tonearm with removable headshell.  What is more I got advice
from our ''old member'' Dertonarm who preferred FR ''everything''
above any other products. He advised FR- XF-1 (L)  which he used
himself. But my problem was that I own MC carts with different
impedances such that I would need all 3 (+ m and h kinds) . 
I also own Kiseki step-up (low impedance) made by Kondo san
(AudioNote) for his friend Van den Dungen. However I use step-up
only for my Ortofon MC 2000 with 0.05 mV. My phono-pres can
drive all other MC carts . So my advice is based on my own experience . 
 As should be the case with all advices. 
I see your preference is based on your ''comfort'' instead on
''optimal results''. Sorry for my misinterpretation. 
In my opinion a line level preamp with at least 4 inputs is a must have, then we can use various phono stages and SUTs to connect them to the line level preamp where we can switch between 4 inputs. 

SUT or MM phono stage can be very small and to find what's the best we have to try many. 

With 2 turntables and 4 tonesrms i am happy with Pass Aleph L pream with 4 inputs where i can connect all my phonostages (with or without SUTs or Headamps) to switch between 4 tonearms. 
Dear chakster, How many tonearms and cartridges our members
own according to you? ''at least 4 inputs is a must have''? 
Must have for what? 
Inputs on LINE LEVEL PREAMP that can be used for DIGITAL too, not only for analog. I use all 4 for analog only, but i have 2 turntables with 4 tonearms. 

The OP own 3 tonearms, so he could connect each tonearm with separate phono stage (or sut and phono stage) to line level preamp. 

It's not necessary to have a SUT with 3 inputs, it can be 3 different separate devices (SUT, Headamp or Phonostage) connected all together to ONE line level preamp
@nandric - seeing as you are goading me into an answer...


My reasons for the ET-100 - which i don't have to justify, but i shall so that my question is in fact answered about cable is as follows:

1. it's not so much comfort as a lack of space getting to the back of my components as space is a problem.
2. In addition to this different cartridges need different impedences.
a. The Whest can be altered on load reasonably easily -
b. the Vendetta is more of a pain and requires a multimeter to do it very accurately along with taking the lid off.
c. With 2 young kids and a demanding job i get the best of 1-2 hours to listen. I don't want to sit their fiddling around every time I want to try and listen through one of my other decks - not my idea of fun - i enjoy listening to the music.
3. If i was to be tied down to one input on an SUT I wouldn't bother and just stick to a single to the phono stages I have - which may still be the best sounding.
4. On the other thread i understood that actually the FR is not that brilliant and in fact the likes of Denon Ortofon and Entre are better options.
As I am trying out - i went for the Entre.
Just because I have put out a question, digested the answers, and followed one route does not make me a luddite. As it happens I don't change components every day and amass components like many people. I am entitled top experiment as well