#2
Headphone out on the amp>one of the inputs on the receiver. You'll need something like this

1/4" to male rca adapter if the receiver has rca inputs or if it just has an 1/8" input you can use a guitar cable with a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter at one end or without the adapter if the receiver has a 1/4" input.

I don't really see why you would want to though. You are going to risk damaging some decent speakers for a small increase in volume.
EDIT: It has rca inputs & here is an idiotproof diagram-
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Last edited by yeahyeah at Mar 12, 2007,
#4
I don't really think that you would get a better sound. The recording/headphone probably has a speaker simulator and is likely an attempt to recreate the sound that comes from the cube's speaker. I've never heard the cube's line out though so its worth a shot if you wanna try it out
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