Once configured, your microphone at the ready, you go to town dressed your best. DEQX uses multiple sine-wave sweeps for measurements so as to provide the best possible S/N measurement. How about we go ahead with the measurements then?

Next you may want to correct the speakers for individual aberrations in their frequency response, phase over frequency (phase response) or the time alignment between the drivers. According to DEQX, from a technical standpoint and apart from acoustical problems relating to the listening room, the loudspeaker is the weakest link in the audio chain. It suffers errors in the form of distortion, phase accuracy and frequency response that are roughly ten times worse than that of any other equipment or media in the audio chain. So out with that wizard again to help with the measurement procedures. Once the test tones are calibrated -- microphone ear level at the listening position -- the frequency graph of the room (effectively, the sound your supposedly flat speakers are reproducing) will appear in the control panel. Ready to puke, mate? Hold on to yer Eucalyptus leaf coz it's gonna get ugly.