Hi all, I got a used Bag End S-15X (the kind with the red dome and the built-in high frequency driver) and decided that I don't really like the tweeter. I haven't opened up the cab yet, but did peek inside it and it looks like there's a crossover mounted up in the back corner. The question is, will the speaker be safe if I just disconnect the tweeter, is there any potential for damage to the woofer or the crossover (or the amp) under those conditions? Does anyone know, is the woofer half of that speaker like a regular S-15, if I just disconnect the tweeter will I turn the speaker into one of those (response-wise)? That's kinda what I want, I have a few other BagEnd's that I like to run in series-parallel to get 8 ohms (kind of like a 4x10, except it's two 15's and two 12's). So the "ordinary" BagEnd's by themselves provide more than enough high frequency for my purposes. I just wanted to try the tweeter to see if it would make a difference, but it's really a little too much. Alternatively, is there any way to attenuate the highs, like by adding a resistor in series with the tweeter or something?