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It's likely that the final audio file was not just a raw "addition" of the original files, and it was 'mixed' using various techniques (EQ,compression etc.) Therefore it's very unlikely you will be able to reconstruct the exact same mix unless you are willing to spend a lot of time with your ears. There's no particular software that will do this, other than ...


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As @hobbes mentioned, what you are proposing is not possible. It is, however, possible to render a 5.1 signal to ambisonic B-Format and thence to Binaural which can be experienced only with headphones, but it is not possible in the context of a pair of speakers. In any rate the binaural experience is not as immersive as true 5.1 and this will not be possible ...


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You can't. 5.1 depends on having multiple speakers in separate places around the room, there's no way to simulate that with only two speakers.


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