I have been using a Sony Active Super Woofer (SA-W641) from my old Pro Logic system as the sub for my newer system. In its Pro Logic life, it worked as the amplifier for all the speakers in the system. Now the only connection into it is the LFE connection. Well, the sub blew out this week. Being cheap, I am only going to replace the 8in speaker that was blown. Someday I will upgrade to another sub. Wife already thinks the bass is too much. My question is: Could I re-wire it a bit to actually use the outputs of either of the old front connections to power the speaker instead of the way it works now. I will only being using this sub as a sub only, so if I rewire up some things it won't matter. The specs say: Overall Output: 1. 140W + 140W (front, at center/rear/woofer off at 1 kHz, 8 ohms) 2. 25W + 25W (rear, at front/center/woofer off at 1kHz, 8 ohms) 3. 40W (center, at front/rear/woofer off at 1kHz, 6 ohms) 4. 50W (woofer, at front/center/rear off at 40 Hz 4 ohms) Unless, I am missing something I could use the old front output to power the woofer and get more wattage. Is this worth doing or should I just replace the speaker, and leave the rest alone? Thanks in advance. I want to get this done tomorrow. I can't go all weekend without a sub.