I thought this would be easy, but I don't think it will be. I have a set of logitech z640 5.1 speakers that i would like to use on my home theater receiver so I can use them to watch dvds, listen to music, etc. However, the inputs on the logitechs are three miniplugs (front, rear and center) that go into the center channel's little hub. Ideally, I'd want to get all of the channels hooked up to the receiver directly, through the receiver's speaker hookups. Is it a good idea to try and strip the miniplug inputs on the logitechs and feed them into the receiver's speaker outs? I'm scared that the speakers will just freak out with the power of the receiver...and the whole ideal of dual amplification doesn't sit well with me. Should I split each channel individually and put them into the receiver (if I do this I will lose the center and sub)? I'm trying my hardest not to have to buy speakers, as I'm on a tight budget. Any advice would be great.