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if that graph is what you're hearing then it probably sounds pretty unbalanced.
If I were you I'd take measurements at different positions both with and without your EQ on so you can understand the behaviour of your current setup. This means
- take 3 measurements across the listening area (move mic across the width of the seat but stick to the same height and distance from rear wall), one of these should be the position you've used above, 0.5-1m either side is good
- take a measurement with the mic moved forward (towards the screen) by 0.5-1.0m
- take a measurement with the mic raised up say 50cm from the listening position
repeat for SW and a main channel (you can choose, many people use C for a film setup) + SW
show the with and without eq traces
show the layout of your room and mark on the positions of the mic/subs
this will give you the data you need to decide what to do next
^ And to add to Matt's excellent recommendations, when you are finished with the measurements, consider making the REW MDAT file available here for download. Many of us use Dropbox.com for sharing measurement files. This will allow us to view the measurements in the format we are accustomed to.