I’m seeking advice about re-wiring a speaker cabinet as described here. I can solder. I want to rewire my Hartke VX410 to function as a single cabinet that functionally ‘contains’ (1) a 2x10 and (2) either a stereo 2x10, or two 1x10s. (kinda like my ol' PV 1820- ish) I am seeking your informed/experienced instructions about the wiring diagram, and what to do about the little circuit board that I presume may be inside (I know I have one in a VX115). I have ingested a lot of TB discourse about bass cab design, and I fully accept and believe that this franken-cab idea is going to make the overall performance of this cab objectively ‘worse’, not ‘better’. My goal is not to improve the performance of the cab, but to change it’s functionality, accepting the consequences (or reversing the changes if unacceptable). I am exploring this procedure out of a desire to use the gear I currently have, with an appetite for some risk, and due to space limitations in this band’s practice space (the multi-use living room of a 450 sq. ft. cabin in the woods). Why do I want this cab to be changed? Some years ago, I used a crossover and bi-amped; I’d run the lower frequencies dry and apply effects to the higher frequencies. I got away from that, but now I’d like to return to [EDIT: something similar] for one of the bands. [EDIT: I'd be driving the cab with a power amp with individual controls for each of [EDIT: three) channels: (1) full signal dry and (2 & 3) mids and highs stereo fx ] Thanks!