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I've seen, and posted, this question many times and still I feel like it's confusing. The Helix chart above, as an example, is about the electric crossover points, I believe, not the acoustic ones.
I say this, because without an RTA, you can't gauge the acoustic crossover correctly.
The advice I've seen here many time, and have followed, is to set whatever electric crossover points (in the DSP) get you closest to the acoustic crossover points and then tune (EQ) to get it right. But I don't see how you do that by ear...
 

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You could always tune each driver flat to the target curve one octave below and above the desired acoustical crossover point and then set LR24db electrical crossovers.
For sure. There are several techniques to achieve this. But even this technique would require an RTA and Mic no?
 
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