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Definitely not a candidate for a low power SET amp.
My position on adding a tweeter to a bipolar pair of full range drivers is that Duke's approach (two-way woofer and tweeter on front and back baffles) along with a proper crossover is the ultimate solution.
Your thought about using a capacitor to bypass one of the drivers in the box could work out to mitigate the wraparound dip (I measured about 2-3 dB) in the 400-500 Hz range with the bipolar design. You could select the value of the cap to roll off the rear driver starting about 400 HZ so the dip is reduced.
So with two capacitors and a tweeter I have essentially created a three way speaker. So be it.
Help!! People are pissing in the pristine pool of single driver speakers under false pretenses. (Now you guys are discussing 4 drivers in a situ 3-way design, that's getting a long way from the prescribed home base.)
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