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https://courses.physics.illinois.edu/phys406/lecture_notes/p406pom_lecture_notes/p406pom_lect5.pdf


See page 19 the chart. this is why a flat sounding room sounds like . you need to boost the lows and the high's to effective get a "flat perceived" sounding room... aka... house curve.
Those curves refer to sound levels under any situation including live events and recordings. Musical performances are created based on that innate presumption and, therefore, recordings of those performances will already incorporate suitable adjustment. As a result, a proper recording should be reproduced in a room with flat response. There are other reasons, including preference, why one would want a "house curve."
 
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