I have a pair of B&W Silver Signatures. The tweeter domes were pushed in, so I had them replaced. However, when I picked them up I was told there was no indication of polarity on the diaphragms from B&W, so I would need to up figure out the tweeter polarity.
I figured, no problem, I'll hook them up with some jumpers and figure out what sounded correct. Unfortunately, different source material sound differently, and I can't tell what is correct (in comparison to the woofers). Some material sounds correct, and some material I need to swap to get is to sound correct.
Which brings me to my question: Is there a tool out there to test tweeter polarity, and if the polarity is correct with the woofers?
I was picturing a free software that could use my laptop to generate a tone and a microphone to read the tone and report if: Tweeter polarity was correct (L and R) and if tweeter polarity was correct (in relation to the woofer).