When I say more power, I know that fundamentally it takes more energy to move the speaker cone to produce lower frequency audio. However, in my experiences, higher frequency content takes up something like x10 less current than its lower frequency counterparts, and this is using similar impedance tweeter and woofers from the same amplifier output.
I know that the impedance value of the woofer doesn’t drop off that rapidly, so what’s with the way higher power consumption?
Does a higher frequency audio signal have a smaller amplitude or something of that nature? I’ve been trying to figure it out for some time but can’t seem to wrap my head around it.
Edit 1: To clarify this, impedance of subwoofers or woofers don’t change dramatically for frequencies before or after the resonant spike. So if you’re driving let’s say, a 10W speaker and 2W tweeter with the same amp ie the same voltage, how does the tweeter not get burnt out? Is there just more spectral content below a certain frequency in the overwhelming majority of songs?