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Yes... and no...sort of. The blue/gray wires can connect to a normal front channel (or rear) just like any other speaker would. However, the red/black (low frequency) need to connect to a dedicated LF connection. Most receivers don't have this output. What you could do is order a Low Pass filter and install it in line with any channel of the receiver you're not using. If the receiver has A/B speakers selectable then you should use the B output to this channel using the low pass filter (I'd order a 200Hz low pass filter .. PartsExpress has many lowpass filter options plus you can call them.
You might have connected your TV/Stereo Receiver up to the wrong audio outputs of the DVD player. Make sure you are coming out of the FRONT left/right audio outputs and not the CENTER?REAR left/right audio outputs.
1. It's a passive sub. That means there is no amplifier built into the sub cabinet.2. Those are inductors. They passively filter the highs from the signal going to your sub. 3. It may work with the right adapters from Radio Shack. It would be a cheap experiment. Since the computer sub was 4 ohms and the Panasonic sub is 8 ohms, you are OK. You can always go up in impedance but be careful going lower. That's the quickest way to fry an amp.
Your Panasonic sub has 2 sets of speaker inputs and outputs. My guess is that the driver is a dual voice coil. If it says 8 ohms on the driver, then it is probably 8 ohms per coil. Wire the coils in parallel for a final load of 4 ohms and it will match your computer amp.
Finally, if that doesn't work then you can get an external amp to power the sub. Parts Express carries suitable amps from 25w to 3,000+w. Pick one that fits your budget.