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That makes no sense. Audiophiles want to hear what they think sounds good. Studio people want to hear the truth, so we can try to make it sound good on whatever those guys think is good. Do you want to hear your lie, or the most true sound you can afford? I suppose this will irritate a lot of audiophiles, but it's the truth. Another truth is that your listening space cannot be overcome by equipment or magical software., no matter what you spend. Money for controlling the space you listen in goes a lot farther than it does on gear. Research on the net can help you, but there's a bunch of bs out there, too. Look for papers written by engineering groups involved in testing and theory. It's all there for you.