I had a cheap cob from china, after a few years of use the chips have started to go out. So I took it apart to salvage what I could from it, and found that it has 2 30-36v 1200mA constant current drivers powering each chip. I've been doing a lot of research on diy LED grow lights, but have only read about powering multiple chips with one driver.. I guess my question is, if I wired it back up the way it was, how many volts/amps are they pushing? Do both volts and amps get multiplied by 2? Just volts? And if anyone is generous enough to do all the thinking for me, would 2 of these drivers efficiently power 1 3500k vero 29? Thanks in advance to any help on the topic, I've been pouring over articles and doing my research, but can't seem to understand why/how that LED was set up like that.