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If you learn what the exact dispersion pattern of your tweeters is, you can set things up with a lot more knowledge and that will help.
Some tweeters have a very narrow dispersion pattern in the vertical plane, which makes the height of your ears relative to the tweeter very critical (correction can be made by tilting the front of the speaker upward in some cases).
Some have a limited horizontal dispersion pattern, which makes the "toe-in' of the speakers critical.
Any discussion about this subject is not going to be productive until you have more detailed information about each tweeter, and apply it properly.