I have custom 212 + 6,5 + 1 enclosure with DeltaLite 2 woofers. The crossover is an off the shelf part that crosses the Woofers and mid at 875 Hz according to the maker of the cab. I don't know the make or model of the crossover, mid or tweet offhand, but could probably find out in a few weeks when the cabmaker is back from vacation. I'm quite happy with the big, yet aggressive tone of this box in general, but I would like to be able to turn down the mid just slightly in some situations for a flatter response that would be more representative of what's going out of the heads D.I. Is it possible to just wire in a resistor in series with the mid and it won't mess up the crossover frequencies? If so, what value of resistor should be used to achieve 3dB attenuation? EDIT: The tweeter already has a variable pad. I'm sure this info is available in one of the fEarful threads, but that is a lot of pages to search through, so please excuse me for being a little lazy.