Good way to connect 2 subs?

I have an integrated amplifier with a pair of pre outs (right and left). I have a right and left sub connected to these pre outs.

I use 2 Monster Y connectors to accomplish this.

The 2 Y's are 1 male to 2 females.

The female rca's of each Y are connected to the rca cable that connects to each sub.

Is this a good config? Or, is it compromising the bass performance of the subs? Would running a single rca cable from the right pre out to right sub and a single rca cable from the left pre out to the left sub be a better config or make no differce?

Is it possible that my current sub config could be causing the ground loop in my setup? Thanks
You only need one RCA to each sub since one sub is playing the right channel and the other the left channel. It sounds like you're sending a stereo signal to each sub, which is redundant with two subs.

In other words, you don't need the Y connectors.
Thanks Grant
I agree with Tvad.

Still have that hum I see. I doubt that the way you had connected the sub caused your hum though. You will find out when you change it.

Assuming it does not I would suggest that you attack the hum issue more aggressively by unplugging and disconnecting everything except the amp and main speakers. Assuming that there is no hum with just the amp and speakers, you add back into the system each piece (one at a time) going back up the chain. After each piece is added you turn on the system for a couple of minutes. You will notice when the hum reappears. When it does try adding a 'cheater plug' on that item and/or the amp and see if it goes away. Be very methodical, and although I sure you needn't be warned, be sure you turn off the amp when making any additions or deletions - you could easily damage the amp or speakers.
Thanks for the advice Newbee.