I know these need to go hand in hand. What I am curious on is if you are doing a 2-way active set-up, how shoudl you pick the drivers?
Meaning, if you wanted a crossover point of 3kHz (that number is picked for the question only) when you look for drivers, what is the minimum freq response you would want the low end to be for the high side (tweeter) and max freq response for the low end (midrange)?
then what is a good range for a crossover point, meaning many cars are different and that will vary the crossover point, so what is a typical median setting and what range from there?
From reading Daytons (rs225) seem to have a lower high end for freq ( 2kHz? approx) so could you crossover at 2kHa or is that not a good idea.
just trying to get a better grasp for some of those basics before determining the drivers.