I think I have finally decided what route to take
I want to modify some speakers my dad recently gave me that he modified when the main woofer went out many years ago. These are some older Infinity bookshelf speakers. Basically, I plan to replace the tweeter, woofer, and crossover with the components from the Speedster kit from Meniscus Audio.
The Infinity cabinet measurements are 7.5" W / 12.5" H / 6.5" D
The Speeder cabinet measurements are 6" W / 10" H / 8.5" D
Should I be concerned much about the increased area of the front baffle? The current holes also might be farther apart than what they would be on the Speeder cabinet. Does anyone have any insight as to how this might affect the sound?
Hopefully I can begin gutting the cabinets soon! I took some pics of the Infinities, but my iPhone with photo stream and syncing with the computer is not jiving tonight.