You may want to go with an REL sub instead. Performance, support, manual, etc is great. You want have any problems hooking it up.
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I own both a pair of Titan IIs and a Force. Great subs. To equal the performance of a Force with a Rel will cost you about double. Yes I've heard them head-to-head.
The Force has the same hookups as the Titan II. Three line-level inputs. Left-Theater-Right. It comes with speaker level adapters that you can use (RCA on one end, tinned speaker wire on the other). Hookup is very simple. From the sounds of it you want to hook it to two different systems. So, the sub output of your HT processor goes to the Theater input on the Force. Your two channel rig goes to the left right inputs. Adjust HT volume with your processor, and adjust the two channel volume with the control on the Force. I don't know why the ACI fellow couldn't answer this for you, I've always found them very helpful. Maybe they didn't understand your question. If I haven't filled in the blanks, let me know, I'll try to help.
Here's a link: http://audioc.com/speakers/Force/forcefilters.htm