Here is my current in room frequency response for my Ascend towers at the mlp, per REQ, smoothed to 1\/12. Not too concerned about the bass at this point because I have 6 bands of PEQ and phase adjustability to play with between my two SVS subs so I will do my best to flatten that out. I also messed up and did NOT turn off active PEQ filters or adjust phase back to 0 when I re-ran Audyssey (D’oh!) so I’m also assuming I’ll need to re-run it with the subs set correctly back to default. This is a post Audyssey measurement, with room correction set to stop at 300hz and it looks marginally better than what Audyssey did when I let it correct up to 20k but they were relatively similar.\n\nI’m wondering about the rest of the plot. I always see FR charts of speakers measured outdoors or in other controlled environments but it’s hard to determine from the time I’ve put in, what is an acceptable, real world, in room response? Is this abhorrent? Not so bad? There are obvious areas with peaks and dips but I’m curious what you guys would do if your room\/speakers measured like this.\n\nMusic is sounding pretty good to my ears, yet not as good as it did when I brought them in to a store to compare with the MA Silvers (in a closed, semi treated room)\n\nThanks as ever!