Thanks... the ultimate goal is to have as flat of response as I can below 1k by just using good positioning techniques and speaker controls without having to resort to outboard digital or analog EQ. This is what the consumer is left with. Once they purchase a speaker, the dealer may do the initial setup, but what happens after 1000hr. of breakin.. or if you insert a new piece of equipment, or if something in the room changes?
The speakers were originally set up by the dealer by just using a tape measure and listening. All controls have remained at factory default.
I'll post a pic this evening.
Though this testwould suggest the RS meter is fairly accurate, except for below 31.5Hz where the corrections are from +5dB to +20dB as stated in both of these links.