Wayne A. Pflughaupt· Super Moderator
Welcome to the Forum, Orange!
IMO, you’re over-equalizing. For starters, there’s nothing in the range from about 150-450 Hz that needs any attention. Likewise, your 900 Hz filter was most likely unnecessary.
Your main problems are the 600 Hz and 67 Hz peaks. If your equalizer isn’t one of those listed in REW’s EQ drop-down selection, I’d use the RTA function. That way you dial in a filter in real time that will bring down both peaks with minimal effect above or below the peak. The goal isn’t necessarily to totally flatten them, but to get them down in the same general range as the rest of the graph.
With the 67 Hz peak being asymmetrical, it might be helpful to use a broader filter than 10Q, to drag down the area between 67 Hz and ~125-150 Hz with it. It may be beneficial to center the filter below 67 Hz. The idea is to bring it all down to something relatively linear w/o dragging down frequencies above ~150 Hz.
At that point the only area that might need addressing is everything above 1 kHz, as it looks like it will all be exaggerated. It’s hard to recommend a filter, since response above ~6 kHz is drooping. I suggest that you point the measurement mic directly at the speakers, not the ceiling; that way you can see what they’re doing out to 20 kHz. At that point you can decide what to do, but it looks like it may need a very broad filter centered somewhere between 4-6 kHz.