I've been trying to figure this out for a 3 way system.

The "easy answer," though I suppose has to be mathematically incorrect is that "you just have to use the wattage of the lowest powered driver."

My best guess would be to meausure the total resistance on each channel, including crossover and driver (ignoring the variable impedance), and allocate percentage of overall power "refused" by the resistance of that channel. Then recording the wattage of that channel by the inverse of that percent.

Is there something in VituixCAD I'm overlooking that gives me this information?

Can anyone throw down some hints so I can start heading in the right direction?

Thanks

The "easy answer," though I suppose has to be mathematically incorrect is that "you just have to use the wattage of the lowest powered driver."

My best guess would be to meausure the total resistance on each channel, including crossover and driver (ignoring the variable impedance), and allocate percentage of overall power "refused" by the resistance of that channel. Then recording the wattage of that channel by the inverse of that percent.

Is there something in VituixCAD I'm overlooking that gives me this information?

Can anyone throw down some hints so I can start heading in the right direction?

Thanks

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