Dynaudio 17W75 freq resp compensation

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Hope someone can share the ideas how to go with the rise on this mid/woofers 600-1400Hz range.

What tricks are there to deal with such resp anomalies.

The woofer is originally from Dynaudio Acoustics BM5 studio monitor and in it's original crossover it has only baffle step compensation with 0.6mH in parallel with 1.1 ohm resistor. No crossover as such at all and no compensation for peaks either.

My plan is to use this woofer with Seas Millennium tweeters and if I can pull it off then to cross them around 4kHz.

If someone has experience/ideas what would work best here please comment.

Ergo
 

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Why please cut your woofer to 4000 Hz with tweeter SEAS millenium?
It is a tweeter which at a frequency of rather low resonance. It is necessary benefitted from it;)
Me I would be you, I would leave the filter like this, and I will apply a NOTCH to the boomer for gummed this imperfection.
It would be necessary to test a circuit RLC//, assembled in series on the boomer.
To test that (3.3R + 68 MF + 0.47 mH)
Hold me with the current for new measurements :)
 
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