Best Way for my TT to reach my Pre-Amp!?

I have a Rega Planar 3 that sits a few feet too far away to reach my Marantz AV7704 phono stage.

whats the best way to reach my Marantz preamp processor with the short 2 foot phono cables that come with the Rega?

It sounds like rca extensions are going to cause too much capacitance and there is also a difference between phono extension cables and rca cables. Please teach me! 
Holy crap! Did not even notice this is AV! Of course the phono stage (and everything else) in that will easily be massively improved with anything, absolutely anything- other than of course any other AV type component. 

Wow. I mean wow. AV. Well the good news, only place you can go from here is up. Everything everyone said about how much better you can go, multiply by 10. 
stop being a snob. 
everybody starts somewhere. 
by his avatar they look to be my sons age 25' ish. they are the future of this hobby.  

the better  AV''s usually knock off the extra amps when phono is selected and go into discrete stereo mode. 
Craig - I would go to bestbuy or a like store on black friday and just pick up a 6 foot anaconda like looking rca cable - 8^0 . try it out and return it. you can't hurt anything.  
I have never been so excited to have to spend more money. Lol

My TT setup with my Monitor Audio Golds is already showing greater sound to my ears than my CDs, but that’s a whole other conversation/argument for another thread.

ok so here is the deal. I’m going to buy a phono preamp. The question is tube or solid state. If I buy solid state I have to go with my favorite brand from France, Atoll. I have a couple of their amps, and they absolutely blew away my $4500 Anthem A-5. I don’t even want the A-5 anymore but I’m keeping it to push surrounds in an Atmos theater I am building in the basement. 
I know just enough to be dangerous with this stuff, but with my Atoll amps I feel like there are little people inside of my speakers making the music. 
Haha thanks! I look young. I’m 46 years old though. I was probably like 38 in my profile pic back when I was still doing tournament paintball/speedball.  
I thought the AV7704 was the exact same as the former Marantz flagship AV8802 which is why I thought it might have a decent phono stage. 
Can somebody teach me how the capacitance works for matching to my Nagaoka MP-110? 
Can somebody teach me how the capacitance works for matching to my Nagaoka MP-110?

Unfortunately it appears that the manufacturer does not provide a load capacitance recommendation. And various anecdotal reports I found regarding what capacitance may be optimal for it are inconsistent and inconclusive.

I did find mention of a measurement someone performed of the cartridge’s inductance, the result being 810 mH (milliHenries). That is a very high number, and suggests to me that relatively low load capacitance is more likely than not to be optimal. However that can’t be said with certainty, and in any event we don’t know what the input capacitance of the phono stage in the Marantz is. And of course capacitances vary widely among different cables, as well as being proportional to cable length for a given cable type. So it comes down to guesswork and trial and error at this point.

If you do purchase a separate phono stage, though, it would be best to choose one which provides a choice of several different load capacitance settings.

-- Al