No, mistake, the FR is flat for the most part, not the music. The thing is there is no additional EQ outside of autocalibration. This FR response is flatter than just level matching the speakers and also has DSP engaged. A lot of pure 2 ch. people don't like the auto EQ or additiional DSP. I actually like it both ways and am not saying one way is better that the other. It is all about personal taste and what each person likes to hear.
I do think shoot for a flat FR is of value. From a technical point, this would be the most accurate. Having speakers and the amp/avr do a good job at producing a flat FR should delivery more of what the artist and mixing engineer intended. I actually enjoy recorded music better that many live concerts. Things just sound better.
I have also experienced a few Klipsch system that use exteranl EQ very well for 2 ch. These systems also sound great. There is more than one way that can sound good. The thread is just asking, do people like employing a flat FR vs nothing for their 2 ch enjoyment. It is not meant to slant you one way or the other.
I have refurbished My 1984 La Scala's. New Crites XO's and tweeters. I need (2) replacement logo's/badges.
They are the brass look .5" X 3" with black letters. Looked on ebay and called klipsch. Nothing!! except cheap plastic ones.
Can someone help me?