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I see you've already gotten a lot of excellent answers so far
I think 12 feet is a pretty safe bet even with fairly inexpensive cable. Depending on how good your ears and your audio system is, you might want to spend some money if you go beyond 12 feet.
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It's fairly rare to notice signal "loss" on runs that short in residential use. I've ran unbalanced signals over 30+ feet numerous times. The signal will most often degrade due to the environment rather than the cable length. For example, if you run an unbalanced signal near a neon light transformer it will often pick up noise.
I would just pick up a cable from monoprice.com and see if it works for your needs with out added noise.
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