I'm going to build two very small 110 cabs using my BP102's, along with one Goldwood GT-1025 tweeter in each cab. The BP102's SPL is 92 and the Goldwood tweeters are 90. The BP102's range from 40 to 2000 Hz. The Tweeters go from 1800 to 30,000 Hz. From what I gather I can wire the tweeters in parallel with the BP102's without using a crossover, correct? Let me know if not. These cabs aren't going to be anything other than very small cabs to take back and forth to practice, or rehearsing on my own...or maybe small, coffee house type gigs. I am NOT going to use any other speakers, so please don't waste my thread with suggestions of other speakers, as I already have the BP102's and want to make use of them in some small cab. I also have a limited budget (read; I really don't want to spend anything, except what I absolutely need). For my purposes, I just want some opinions on the following... Tweets can be wired in parallel with no crossover? Please no reference to website info that reads like SPAM novels. Thanks. Would you make a ported or sealed cab with the BP102's? Remember I want these to be SMALL cabs, not necessarily loud, or low. If you did port them, would you tune them to 40 Hz (I play a four string), or perhaps 60Hz and get the mid bump? Any other info aside from suggestions for other speakers would be greatly appreciated. These are just for basically practice and I'm looking to utilize my existing speakers in something extremely portable, as I already have small, kick ass 115 neos for gigs. Mucho thanks.