How to determine wattage for custom speakers?

I am considering making some cheap speakers that happened to be all Dayton audio ( because they have good budget speakers) (it wasn’t intentional) and I want to know what amp I should consider getting for those. They have a woofer planar tweeter and a passive radiator. The woofer is 40w rms 80 peak 4ohms, the... show more I am considering making some cheap speakers that happened to be all Dayton audio ( because they have good budget speakers) (it wasn’t intentional) and I want to know what amp I should consider getting for those. They have a woofer planar tweeter and a passive radiator. The woofer is 40w rms 80 peak 4ohms, the tweeter is 15 watts rms ( I can’t find the peak power handling on parts express’s website ) 6 ohms. The tweeter will be crossed over at 3000 hertz and the woofer won’t be. The woofer is the Dayton audio tcp115-4 4” and the tweeter is the Dayton audio ptmini-6 planar tweeter and the crossover is the Dayton audio 3k-hps-4. Any help would be appreciated.
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