I wasn't sure which forum to post this to, but I suppose this is the best one. I am in the process of going from a music only system to home theater. I already purchased the NSP1 5 speaker package but now I need a sub. I have an old set of Cerwin Vega full range speakers with 15" woofers in them (RE38 Series, you can view them here by clicking on the dropdown box and scrolling down til you see the Re Series: http://www.cerwinvega.com/products/h...deo/index.html) I was wondering if it's possible to remove the woofer from this speaker and put it in one of the many pre-built enclosures I've seen on these boards and hooking it up to an extra receiver I have lying around for a pretty good sub. The website says the response on these speakers goes down to 27Hz. I don't know anything about speaker drivers or making my own sub, so I don't even know if this driver would make a good sub for home theater, which is why I am looking to the wisdom of the gods on this forum to show me the way. BTW the receiver I would use to power this is an old yamaha RX-V590 with 75 watts to each of the front channels. I'm not even sure how I would hook it up, but what I thought was I could hook up the subwoofer out on my current receiver (Yamaha RX-V630) to one of the inputs on my old receiver (let's say the CD input) and then run speaker wires from the old receiver to the mickey mouse sub I put together. Would that work? Will it provide enough bass? And would I still get the full LFE signal to the sub doing it this way. Once again I remind you I have no idea how any of this works so feel free to let me know if this sounds like a ridiculous idea. I'm not really trying to save money by not buying a new sub, I just want to experiment.