Leave it alone unless your prepared and capable of reworking the crossover to match the tweeter. Swapping drivers and making them blend as one is not just a simple level match. You could be real lucky though. Tom
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I decided to push my luck and install the Millenium. So far so good after 6 hours.They are smoother yet still very detailed. It is like I am listening to a more sophisticated sound. It's hard to explain it and I don't know if it would look any good from tests and on paper but it does sound quite nice. I don't find the tweeter soft volume wise as it seems to have sufficient output and satisfiying sound. Some said the sound might be "dark" or lack some some high end detail but so far I do not find this to be the case. I do realise that the tweeters will change over the next week or two and there is the possibility I won't like what I'm hearing but that is just one of those audio gambles I decided to take.I found the origional Hales tweeter had a little too much high end frequency almost being harsh which is why I went through the excercise of changing the tweeter.I do seem to find that the tweeters crossover lower but they still sound good. The speaker sounds like a unit as opposed to three drivers out of wack. I'm happy so far.
Thanks for everones help.