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You mean because every speaker excites the room differently?
I guess there would need to be, or maybe there already is, a standard room stimulus.
In any case, no matter the stimulus, a transfer function of the room's response could be calculated (not necessarily a straightforward endeavor) which isolate the room's freq resp from the speaker's.
I guess freq resp is too simplistic, as the power resp and directivity characteristics would affect the results.