I am not an expert. I do have more confidence in my grammar skills than my SO skills. So any correction from those more knowledgeable is very welcome. You may also correct my grammar.It was the bit afterwards "It factors in the effect of the speakers to the correction made" that concerns me, although it could just be down to grammar. I read it as the speakers having an effect on the correction that has been made, which would not be correct. Did you intend to mean that the correction calculations take into effect a limited number of characteristics of the speakers? If so, then that would be correct.
I have been trying to wrap my brain around how this works. The only thing I can figure is something like if bass needs to be reduced at a certain frequency, then SO+ knowing the characteristics of a certain driver, can more accurately make that correction. Of course this is just what I've come up. I thought my assertion was general enough to be accepted and the conversation could move forward.
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