My situation is this. Have Klipsch RF82 fronts and RC62 center. I measured them in my last house but never corrected. Mv them to a new house with completely different room and came I with similar respone. The klipsch Reference series seems to have a dip at 1k and 2k that runs about 5db.
So I corrected for this by raising them in the Audessy eq. It dawned on me however that there are two approached to this. You can do s I did And simply raise the 1k 2k 5db. It occurred to me tonight that you could go another route by dropping the other frequencies to match the dip.
If I had to guess its best to do as I did. I figured I will simply ask. Which is the best way?
As an side note. After adjusting the speakers they are completely different and it is amazing. As you may or may not know 1k 2k is human voice range and many people complain of klipsch voice in movies. This it seems to me is the reason. Also so many reviews call the speakers bassy and forward sounding. This is also why. Incredible.