Is it normal for a company to refuse to say if a speaker is a two-way or three-way speaker? Is it a secret if a speaker is a two or three way speaker?
Daniel Taylor of Polk Audio seems to think so.
I asked the question and here is his answer:
"The specific crossover points for each speaker in the tower is proprietary information that we cannot release."
I told him that I do not care about the specific crossover points, only if it has one or two crossover points as in a two-way or three-way speaker.
He gave me the same answer again.
The reason I asked is because I saw a review somewhere only that mentioned only one crossover point.
I know that the tweeter is on one set of binding post and the mid-range and woofers are on the other set of post.