Sorry for the newbie question here. I recently put together a budget home theater system consisting of a Yamaha HTR-5490 receiver, the JBL NSP-1 5 speaker package and a JBL PB-10 subwoofer. My tv is a Toshiba 50H81 widescreen and my DVD player is a Panasonic A120. I am using a digital coaxial cable to connect the DVD player to the receiver and I'm using a Monster (right/left) set of stereo cables to connect the output of my tv to my receiver when watching regular tv. The receiver is setup so that all speakers are "small" and LFE plays through "subwoofer only." Now, DVD's sound great and the sub really slams. But when I'm watching tv, it seems I have a lack of bass. I don't know if I have a setting wrong or if it's just not hooked up right. Below are a few things I think may have something to do with it. Please let me know what you think the problem is. 1. My sub has a switch on the back to toggle between LFE mode and the other mode which utilizes the adjustable crossover. So far I've only been using LFE mode. Am I supposed to use the other mode when watching TV broadcasts? 2. Could it be a problem related to the signal output from my tv? I have a small stereo tv in my bedroom connected to a minisystem and I notice that when I run the audio outputs from the VCR to the minisystem it sounds better than when I run them from the back of my tv. I have no idea why this is, since it's a stereo tv, but I can tell you this is a fact. That's all I can think of right now. Please help point me in the right direction. Thanks ahead of time.