This will be something of a rehash from a few months ago, and is really more of a connection/cabling issue at this point since I have all of the necessary equipment (I think). I'm looking for the best way to run both a subwoofer and an old stereo receiver (being used only as an amplifier for the bass shakers) from the lone subwoofer output on my Kenwood VR-517. In the above linked thread, Guy suggests a "Y adapter" as a solution, something I might have to fashion myself since the subwoofer and the stereo receiver use different types of plugs. The setup that I detailed near the end of that thread is still the setup I have at this point, with the stereo receiver connected to the DVD player with composite (red and white) audio cables. The subwoofer is connected to the VR-517 via its spring terminals. Is it possible to combine these two types of connectors into one "Y adapter", or do I even need to do such a thing? My knowledge of wattage and impedance is also limited, and I'm concerned about running both pieces of equipment from the same output. The sub output is rated at 100 watts, as is the subwoofer itself. The bass shakers are rated at 25 watts each, so does that mean I would be up to 150 total watts? Will I even approach the 100 watts "limit" if I keep the volume low? I rarely have the system above -40 dB (according to the VR-517) since I'm in an apartment. Any suggestions on how to make a "Y adapter" and/or explanations on wattage would be appreciated.