Quality 1 meter RCA Interconnects under $100?

Looking to now upgrade my interconnect cables a bit after finally piecing together a basic system. Cannot afford more than this right now. I have one pair of the Blue Jeans, a pair of Walter’s silver series, and need a 3rd pair now. I have been seeing many "suppliers" out there. Morrow (maybe level 2 or 3 series w/ their basic RCA?), Audioquest, Blue Jeans, more of Walter’s, etc.

Should I ideally be using all the same interconnects?
Any recommendations on brands, models & type of cable e.g. Belden, Mogami, etc?
I am open to used cables, quality "DIYers", etc. if you all have any contact info.
Trust any of the "DIYers" on ebay?

I would greatly appreciate any recommendations/advice! I’d like to keep a pair of 1 meter under $100, but willing have to stretch a bit if it is worth it...

Much appreciated!
You have to trust me on this. I use these because they are transparent and clean. I have compared them to cables costing up to $500. They are not made anymore and hard to find. They have to be the metal plug version.
contact Eric at Gig Harbor Audio in Washington state. They build a nice affordable and excellent sounding cable.
Fellow member Mark Tunis makes a very nice sounding, inexpensive Silver Ghost ic.
Save your money and spend it on music! What you have is plenty good enough for a "basic systems", whatever that is.

Release the dogs of cable controversy!
I have really liked Anticables entry level IC. Very clean with good bass and depth. They often have their level 2 offerings on sale on the clearance page on their website.
I replaced BlueJeans RCAs with Audience Ohno and it was a nice improvement. In your price range. Check them out on TheCableCo. 
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Audioquest Silver Extremes for $90/pair from HCM. They originally sold for $400/pair! I bought five pairs!
You haven't said what it is you don't like about your system, currently. 

Do you have a specific goal or are you just feeling the itch to upgrade? 

It seems to me you'd do better to save up until you can invest in something that will make more than a minor improvement.

I have had excellent luck with basic RCA cables made by Zu Audio.  They were purchased as close out or inventory left overs some time back, at a good discount, came out to well under $100 a pair.  They have fine sound and are very well built with high quality jackets and connectors.
I would look at kimber i think they offer the most performance for the least amount of money in the cable business.
I'll offer this, IF you can get away without shielding do it. I use a weave that works well.  It is VERY dynamic and quiet because of the way it's woven.  What I use takes a while to break in, but when it does, it's a very good cable.  OCC with mill spec .99 silver clad and PTFE multi conductor. The Helix (DIY) is a serious contender for high quality RCAs too. williewonka (sp)

I use and swear by Analysis Plus Oval Ones. You can find them used well under $100 for a 1meter pair.  That's my story,and I'm sticking to it!   Best of luck! 
Hi everyone,  Thank you very much for all of these suggestions!  I will have lots of fun looking at all of these possibilities.

Much appreciated.
A lot of good buzz on Zavfino cables.  A little out of your price range but for a OCC cable they are reasonable.  I have their speaker cable and it is wonderful. https://zavfinousa.com/collections/audio-interconnects
Morris Audio is currently running a 45% sale. You could get the MA3
1m for about $110. Good luck with your search.
Is that Morrow Audio? I use various morrow cables and they're great, and wonder if anyone has EVER paid full list for this stuff?
morrow may make decent cables, i don’t know as i haven’t personally tried them, but once a few years back i made a casual inquiry, and thereafter i have been absolutely bombarded with their marketing emails... sheesh... thank goodness for spam filters...