I believe that the only connection you might have a problem with is if you try to situate the table a good distance from your pre-amp. Long runs of tonearm cable are rarely good. However, if you can place a phono stage next to the table you should have no problem with a fairly long run from the phono stage to the pre-amp. Just another idea for you to think about.
I have been using 6 meter interconnects between my pre and mono-blocks for several years now. I started with some 18 inch long XLO speaker wires. I was getting pretty good results as I had found that the shorter the speaker wires were the better depth I would get. Those were some fairly old and inexpensive speaker wires so getting more of them out of the signal chain was improving the sound. Now I'm using 1.5 meter Purist Audio cables and everything about the sound is so much better. My point here is that sometimes it is the quality of the cable, not the length, that makes the most difference.
I have been experimenting lately with running shorter IC's to the monoblocks but I've not concluded anything yet. Maybe because the IC's I'm using are both Nordost, one pair is Quatro Fil and one pair (the 6 meter pair) is SPM. Both pairs are balanced but I think even at 6 meters that single-ended would work just fine.