I have two identical 5.1 systems that doesn't work (I think the problem in both are the power supply, but I don´t care about that, I'm interesting on reusing the drivers, they are working fine). The pair of 5.1 sets are logitech x-530 models, detailed specs: (https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/5,941-9.html).
I have the idea of reusing the satellites drivers and the subwoofer of each old system, to build a pair of stereo two ways speakers. I want to build two boxes to accommodate the 10 small drivers for mid/high frequencies and the sub to cover the low frequencies. I would buy a pair of two ways passive filters to separate the frequencies (2 ways passive crossovers). I will power the new resultant speakers with a regular 2.0 channels amplifier (38 RMS watts per channel, 4-8 ohms capable).
I have some questions about this project:
1.- how can I wire the 10 small speakers to connect them to the high-pass filter with a total of 4 or 8 ohms resistance? 2.- What point do you recommend for crossing frequencies? 3.- Any cabinet sizes recommendations (I prefer sealed design)? 4.- Do you miss any aspect in my thoughts about this project?