I'm interesed in using a Pioneer D510 reciver to power an SvS sub. it's rated at 100X5(80X5) on some sites. I've heard that even a $100 KLH reciver can power an svs but i've also read that someone's sony reciver cliped and wasn't able to power the svs. Is anyone else out there using a budget class japanese reciver to power an svs. How would you go about connecting it too. I was thinking that in order to use all it's power you could split the sub out from another reciver in to 5 channels and plug them into the 5 channel analog inputs. then set all the channels to large with 0 distance. Then twist all the wires from the reciver into 1 +- then plug that into the sub. I figure that all the channels would contribute and this would take advantage of all the power avalible. Once you have that setup how would you go about calibrating the sub with the rest of the system? How do lower the crossover settings? the crossover in my marantz is fixed at 100 .