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I have a pair of Studio 20s next to my computer. When I'm sitting at the computer, I'm about 3 feet from them. The frequency balance is rather different than when I'm at a normal distance. I know monitors designed for "near field" listening have a slightly different balance. Does anyone know what that correction looks like? I find that I need a substantial bass cut and a very slight treble boost to get the same sound as when I'm more distant. Some may also have to do with my position, as I'm substantially below the level of the tweeters.
 

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Please forgive the obviousness of this if it's something you've already thought of. Can you aim the speakers more at you to get a better tonal balance? I believe that the tweets are much more directional than the woofers and, especially being physically closer to the woofers, it's not surprising you'd hear so much more of the low end and have to eq the opposite way.
 
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