I have a Marantz SR7200 receiver, B&W DM601 S3 fronts, LCR60 S3 center, and ASW 300 subwoofer. They're all in a small living room. My sub is connected via the Sub out of the receiver only, am NOT using the sub's crossover. I am totally happy when watching DVDs, especially concerts in DTS. Perfect! The 601 has a freq. response of 60Hz - 22kHz ± 3dB. I have set all my speakers to small. I'm quite happy with the 100Hz crossover setting of the Marantz. My problem is this: I LOVE the Source Direct mode of the 7200 when I listen to music. It is really audibly cleaner, tighter, better detail, punchy bass. BUT, the 7200 doesn't output anything to the sub in this mode. So I miss out on the < 60Hz bass sound. My PLAN: 1) Connect receiver sub-out (LFE) to sub's left channel input. 2) Connect receiver pre-out to a Y-connection, and then connect it to sub's right channel input. 3) Set sub crossover to IN (activate internal crossover) and set to 60Hz. 4) Set all speakers to SMALL. When listening in Source Direct mode, I assume I will now get the < 60Hz sound in my sub. Possible problem: When watching movies, will I get a messed up or inaccurate sound in the < 100 Hz range? Is it possible for the LFE channel to output frequencies greater than 60Hz? Is this feasible? Will it work? Or will I just waste my time and money (to buy the Y adapter and audio cables).