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^^^^^^^^^ Hi Purplerain, I am not sure I know exactly the answer to your questions, but will give it a shot as I hate to see anybody left hanging out there to dry.
Your instruction manual is the place to find the answers I reckon, but I "think" all you are looking for is an electrical connection between your Pioneer and your receiver to get them sharing a common ground. Any unused RCA jack on the receiver can be plugged into, with an old interconnect laying around. Is this the same as the Mono, Mono cable you describe? No, not exactly, had to look it up on Amazon to know what you were talking about for sure, not all of us are Monoprice knowledgeable. But in the description there, Amazon, of the cable it describes what it is made for, 'digitalness', and then says "it can also be used for composite video and other line level RCA signals".
So I reckon that is a YES to your question.
I hope that helps,