As a brand new owner of a wonderful rebuilt Fisher 400, I have some questions about how to get the best from it using a pair of small bookshelf speakers (Rega R1) and a powered subwoofer. It seems that there are two ways to do this and I'm not sure which one would be preferable. What are the potential benefits/drawbacks to these two scenarios?: OPTION A: Run cables from the speaker terminals on the 400 directly to the Regas. Run an RCA cable from the Center Channel output on the 400 to the RCA inputs (using a Y-splitter?) on the sub. OPTION B: Run cables from the speaker terminals on the 400 to the speaker inputs on the sub, and then run another set of cables from the speaker outputs on the sub to the Regas. I'm presently utilizing OPTION B to good effect, but I'm wondering if the extra junction between the Fisher and the Regas might be compromising the signal? I would imagine that the sub is attenuating the bass information going to the Regas. Would it be wiser to keep the path from the 400 to the sub, and from the 400 to the Regas, independent (ie: OPTION A)?