I moved into a new home and it was pre-wired for surround sound. The wires that connect to my sub-woofer is not an RCA type connector. There are 4 speaker wires. The sub that I bought has the crossover where I can run the 4 speaker wires through the sub, then have my center channel running through the sub. So I have my sub connected to my center speaker channel on my receiver, then my center channel is connected to my sub's crossover. Is this the optimal set up or do I get better sound by connecting it to the RCA type connector to my receiver? Also, one of the sales rep at Circuit City said I could buy a Monster subwoofer cable, cut it, and then connect the 2 speaker wires to the Monster cable and use the RCA connector to my sub and receiver. Is this accurate? I'd hate to spend $50.00 on a cable, cut it, only to discover that I wouldn't be able to connect the speaker wires to the Monster cable. I'm assuming that lose sound quality with this method, but would it be better than how I currently have it connected? Thanks for the help.