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  1. Add first and then subtract later. Or subtract first then add later. It’s all the same in terms of maths. for a commercial product that you were trying to sell you probably do want to show that it has good bass response and works well in many rooms so you’ll probably need to boost 1st to target your Anechoic response (-3dB/-6dB/-10dB) etc. and allow user to EQ for good in-room smooth bass response. For your own use no need to worry about that. Just plonk it in for desired room; take measurements at the listening position and EQ it to your taste. if you are using it in theatre with multiple listeners, use of multiple sub place throughout the room may help smooth out the bass response.
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