Hey guys! I recently picked up a set of Vintage 1986 Kenwood LS-P5000k's FOR FREE!!!! They have been sitting around for YEARS unused and look great! They come with the typical 5 speakers in a box from the 80s...lol...but the one that I hooked up sounds really nice! Problem is, the 8" driver on the 2nd one fell apart and I need to pick up a set of replacement subs. I took the one sub out and it measured 5.1ohm on my multimeter. Pretty sure this is a 6ohm driver. The 12"s on the bottom are passive radiators which appear to be in great shape. One thought was to take out the radiators, replace them with 12" woofers and place a port un the 8" hole on some black painted MDF. To much work im thinkin. I think it would be much easier to just plop in a set of 8" Dayton and call it a day. I was looking around for 6ohm alternatives and really couldn't find any. The 4ohm Dayton 8" Quatro's are on sale at parts express...do you think they would work well here? These are gonna be mainly secondary music boxes for now. http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=295-545 Or do you think I would be better off running this with some 6ohm Audax HP210G0 8"s? http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=296-136 Any other driver recommendations? My budget is around 100-150 for the set of 8's. NOT BAD FOR FREE EH!!!!