I've moved into a new home and my livingroom is kinda laid out a little screwy forcing me to put my sub in a back-ish corner of the room. My receiver in there is a basic 2 channel Pioneer. Nothing fancy, no frills, not even a remote control. I only use it for music and occasional video game audio. There's no LFE out on it. Up until this point, I had been using the sub's hi-level input and filter circuit because the run to it was short and I didn't mind running 2 sets of speaker wire back and forth to the sub. Now, I'd have to go thru the floor and across the room... so to minimize my run, I'm wondering what you think the best solution may be (all at low cost, of course) 1.) I thought about using some 4 pair cat5 so I would only pull one cable through and make all my connections. However, the guage is small and it might get a little difficult to make the connections with the solid copper wire. This would be low cost because... well... I could get the cable free from work. 2.) I was wondering if there was some way to DIY a LFE out out of the "B" channel hi-level output. I'd just run a L & R set of speaker wire out to the sub. My problem would be the load to the amp, however, because I wouldn't be using the hi-level out on the sub amp and I think the sub doesn't present any load to the receiver. Is there some way I can stick a resistor in there to "fool" the receiver that there is a set of speakers there? 3.) Just use one of the tape monitor lo-level outputs on the receiver. The problems here are: I wouldn't get low freqs filtered off of the mains.... which isn't a huge deal to me. And I wouldn't be able to control the volume of the sub through the receiver's volume control. That is a huge deal to me.