As a newbie here, I am currently designing a two way series crossover.

I am using HIVI F6 as woofer and TW025m1 as tweeter, the graphes of which show, best and recommend cross over is around 2-2.2K, a bit below the tweeters and perfectly fit F6.

In this case, I believe a 2nd order would be good, therefore I have come up with an idea like this, which a modified version of LCAudio:

This is from a fine tuning using Xsim with initial numbers from online calculators, which is for parallel only but as said parallel and series has the same math. (I am yet to find a sxo calculator.)

The impedances used here are from actual SPLtracing, which, at 2200hz, are 12.9ohms and 8.1ohms for F6 and TW025M1. (I am not a fan of Zobel, because I think it is approximate anyway.)

The simulate result is as following, I believe I have got a very close 2nd order.

My question is, is this really going to be like this in reality?

Regards,

Jing