I've just gone out to buy a Neutrik connector for my REL Quake. The sub is about 2.5 meters from my amp (Yamaha V640RDS), so they chap at the shop sold me a cable and a Neutrik connector. I now have to connect the connector to the three-core cable (REL cable) he sold me. I wasn't worried about it at all until he warned me to 'find out from REL which pins are "hot" and which ones aren't'. To me it seems simple enough: Connect the positive from the left channel to one of the positive pins on the connector. Connect the positive from the right channel to the other positive pin, and connect the negative from either left or right to one of the negative pins on the connector. Am I missing something? Is there more to this than meets the eye? Can I cause major damage if I get it wrong?