So basically I don't have a sub-woofer for my setup, and I am wondering is there a way to send the "bass" signal through the normal speakers? The speakers that I have, have 1 15" woofer and 5" mid range + 1" tweeter. (I have two of these) Model# Linear Dynamics PR-950s (6 ohms average) Receiver (Mine): Sony STR-K9900P Has Pre-out (Sub-woofer port) 90 watts per channel @6 ohms (AVG) This is what I have found most common on the sites that I have looked at. Reciever (Dads): Kenwood-KR-V7040 Doesn't have pre-out or sub-port. 100 watts per channel @8 ohms (AVG) This is what I have found most common on the sites that I have looked at. P.S Don't tell me these don't have the capability to take the bass because the reciver that my dad has (Kenwood-KR-V7040) will rock the house with the speaker connected but sense he gave me the speakers (He got new ones_ I had to use the receiver that I have. His receiver doesn't have a sub port so it automatically send the bass signal to the speakers. What I am wondering is that can I change a setting on my reciever to make it do the same thing. I know that these recievers are older but we don't use them to watch movies we use them to run music. I am not running music through the radio, I am running through the songs that I have on my computer. My hope is that I can atleast more bass out of the speakers I am not expecting amazing bass but I at least want some. Right know there is none. Any help will be appreciated. I am sorry if I put this in the wrong category.