I wrote the post below regarding the M3ti's crossover. Anyways, I have a couple of other questions regarding the M3. I imagine you have to cross the tweeter over quite high since you're using a 1st order crossover. However, how can you prevent the tweeter from beaming if it's crossed over so high? Next, you let the woofer run freely but again how can beaming be prevented when, I believe, a 6 1/2" woofer will begin to beam at frequencies of ~3000hz or so, and I'm sure the natural rolloff has to occur at much higher frequencies to relieve the tweeter of low frequncy duty?
Lastly, with the innovative design of the M3ti, I don't understand how it can sound like the others in the M series given that they employ higher order crossovers? How does the sound differ? Thanks!