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I would like to know the various and or the most common methods used to complete a speaker build. I built speakers back in the day and used a calculator to come up with crossover component value. I then took a long break for 20+ years. Now I have an Omnimic and a DATs but I still consider myself a new guy. I have only played around a bit with Xsim. I do my crossovers with my Omnimic at 30 inches or so from the finished speaker on tweeter axis. Not sure if this applies to 3 ways. I have a prototyping board that I made that has a polarity reversing switch before the tweeter. I then start with a 1st order determine that it sounds like crap, go to a second order, look for a reverse null. Listen for hearing fatigue then try 3rd or forth or a combination. I do not know how to voice a speaker. I assume it means talking nice to them. I do not know how to do quick A B comparisons on two crossovers. There has to be a better way. Please share.