Alright, I'm going to need a Y cable to connect my sub properly. The sub had two female connects and the reciever has one female connect. I wanted to get an adapter with one male and two female and put it at the reciever end and send two cables to the sub, but that would require me to buy a pair of sub cables instead of one, and they're sold in singles. Would it be bad if i only bought one sub cable and have it going from the reciever to the one female of the Y cable, and then plug the two males from the Y into the sub? An easier way to explain it is either have the signal split at the reciever end or at the sub end. Are either alright, or does it matter? Splitting it at the reciever end seems more logical, but would run me, at two sub cables and one Y adapter, about $110.00 (CDN) as opposed to one sub cable and one Y adapter at $70.00. The only reason I'm using "subwoofer" cable is because regular RCA cables don't come in the length I need. Thanks for your help.