I picked up a vintage Grundig console and I want to modernize it a bit. The amp is really in bad shape, the tuner doesnt work and the turntable has been replaced with a crappy Realistic model. Given what this is going to do, I may be able to live with the turntable. I plan on replacing the stock tuner/amp with a vintage receiver and building the cabinet out around it to make it look built in. Here is the issue, this is a mono console. There are two tweeters and a single woofer. See the photo attached. Whoever replaced the turntable is just using one of the channels to drive the current amp. The amp has a ferocious buzz in it and the turntable grinds, so I plan on removing the turntable and using the space to put a cable box and and a blu-ray player in. Sooo.... How do I make that speaker config work with a stereo receiver? I dont want to rework that cabinet unless there is no other way. I could remove the large woofer and make a wooden plate that covered the hole and mount 2 small woofers in the same space. And honestly, that is the direction I was headed unless someone has a better idea. I would just buy some inexpensive speakers and remove the drivers and crossover and install them in this cabinet. I am not concerned with sound quality as much as the cosmetics of the piece. It would only be used for party music anyway. Thanks in advance.