Stand alone tweeter?

Dear all,
I think my speaker’s HF sounds too harsh, I have tried all possible acoustics treatment that I can afford and repositioning it, however it still sounds harsh.

I am not good in DIYing, and the dealer said that the tweeter is ok, and for now my budget doesn’t allow me to buy new speakers.

I understand that there are stand alone super tweeter, but is there any stand alone tweeter?

What is considered best to produce smooth HF?

Thanks alot in advance for any advice
Thanks forvthe advice.
But to me, it is not a “noise” but unfortunatelly  the tweeter really sounds harsh. I borrowed an equalizer and helped only a bit

Understand.  To me, the PS Audio Noise Harvesters act as an equalizer, reducing HF glare.  That is my assessment anyway.  Good luck.
Power treatment can definitely help the sound of your system, don't discount it too easily.

What acoustic treatments have you tried and where?
Is it possible that different interconnects would alter the harshness of your tweeter?

I believe I would also contact the manufactorer of the spealers and ask them for suggestions.

Imagine my surprise when I checked your system and saw Totem Forests listed. I have had these same speakers for around 10 years now and am very familiar with their sonics. I am sympathetic to your finding their treble can be harsh. That metal dome tweeter helps with resolution and imaging but - esp. w/certain badly (mastered?) material - can be hard on the ears. I love the Forests and have spent a lot of time working to tame that upper frequency "bite". I am not dismissing treatments for your power that have been suggested. I haven’t really explored this area. Also, I don’t know your electronics and can’t speak to how well or not these match up to the Forests. I don’t have time right now to investigate them.

Here are things I feel contributed to a MUCH more listenable experience with them on a almost ALL the recordings I have (by the way, my system is listed so "a picture is worth a thousand words):
Room treatment
Electronics - Hegel H200 amp (much "warmer" and forgiving than EL34 tube mono blocks!) and Gungnir MB DAC.
More power - wpc adequate to drive the Forests might be way less than needed for best sound and I believe this might extend to treble "sweetness" or lack thereof.
Ripping CDs and playback via Schiit Gungnir MB from Auralic Aries Mini
(don’t underestimate the potential contribution of jitter to that HF pain)
Cabling! I’m well aware of the "don’t use cables as tone controls" orthodoxy. The CD/SACD player I use (TEAC CD3000) was highly resolving but on some CDs, almost unlistenable. Cardas 300B Twinlink SE and Cabledyne Copper Reference XLRs provided a big improvement. Cardas Golden Reference between preamp and amp. Clear Day Double Shotguns and, more recently, Cardas Parsec speaker cables have helped a lot too. Try connecting your speaker cable to the lower speaker binding posts and see if you hear an improvement.

Those are the main points. If anything else comes to mind, I’ll post again later. I’m sure you will be getting advice to sell the Forests though I think they have much to offer with properly managed HF. Good luck!