I recently purchased an additional Sherwood RD6108 receiver and a KLH 50 watt powered subwoofer for my home theater system. After I hooked up the subwoofer to the receiver, the bass response was not what I had anticipated. The receiver is a 100 watt per channel component and I think that since the sub is only 50 watts that could be the problem. Fortunately, my Panasonic DVD player has a subwoofer out jack on the back. The DVD player has a menu choice for Bass boost 1 or 2. When I set it to Bass boost 2 I get excellent bass response. Has anyone else had this problem, if so, will it damage my system to play the subwoofer through my DVD player? I have the speaker settings on the receiver to: FL-CS-RS and no subwoofer. I read in the manual for the receiver that setting the speakers to these settings directs the subwoofer signals to the woofers in the front R/L speakers. I have Sony floor standing speakers that are about chest tall. I just don't want to damage my receiver by sending the bass signals to the front speakers and then getting the subwoofer signal directly from my DVD player. Thanks.