Yes, I know there are free Loudspeaker Crossover Calculators on line but I am still a little confuse when using them (the audio frequency separation). So, if someone here can fill in the values for me here – shown below to make life easier. Thanks A Million.

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Woofer: 10Hz to 200Hz - 6db/Octave (at 8 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What: ???

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Mid-Range: 200Hz to 4000Hz - 6db/Octave (at 8 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What (if necessary): ???

Capacitor Value Should Be What: ???

and alternative……

First Order Butterworth- 2 Way

Loudspeaker Woofer: 10Hz to 200Hz - 6db/Octave (at 4 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What: ???

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Mid-Range: 200Hz to 4000Hz - 6db/Octave (at 4 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What (if necessary): ???

Capacitor Value Should Be What: ???

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Woofer: 10Hz to 200Hz - 6db/Octave (at 8 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What: ???

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Mid-Range: 200Hz to 4000Hz - 6db/Octave (at 8 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What (if necessary): ???

Capacitor Value Should Be What: ???

and alternative……

First Order Butterworth- 2 Way

Loudspeaker Woofer: 10Hz to 200Hz - 6db/Octave (at 4 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What: ???

First Order Butterworth - 2 Way

Loudspeaker Mid-Range: 200Hz to 4000Hz - 6db/Octave (at 4 Ohms)

Coil/Inductor Value Should Be What (if necessary): ???

Capacitor Value Should Be What: ???

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