That looks much better. Try reducing the inductor on the tweeter highpass down a bit to like 0.39 mH, that may help flatten the slight bump you have around 1.5khz but other than that looks good. Do double check the component values from Xsim against what your actually able to buy as some values may have to change slightly then make sure the graph still looks the same.

Personally Im a big fan of having more drivers splitting the frequency range up more and aim for it as often as I can, you can normally get lower harmonic distortion this way and (subjectively, no evidence I can present at this time) a tighter sounding transient response across the entire cabinet. In the pro live audio world I often use 3 way tops with subs (4 way full range) and some times even 2 different types subs splitting the low end (5 way full range) so I would recommend at least taking some time to play around with a new 3 way crossover using only high and low pass filters and see what you can come up with.

Josh Evans, Professional Live Sound Engineer, High End Commercial AV Install Technician

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