Which DSP for Room Correction?


Which DSP is best for room correction:  Lyngdorf RP-1, DEQX, DSpeaker 2.0 Dual Core, Legacy Wavelet, or what?

Or, are they all about the same?





bassdude
I've been a big fan of the Dirac Live solution because it addresses both frequency response and timing.

In my experience they don't all approach the issue the same way, and as a consequence can produce different results.
MiniDSP SHD, ~$1000 with the mic and includes Dirac; and it’s DAC is proven to be clean.

Unless I’m missing something, I don’t see a benefit in going for a higher quality DSP software than Dirac.
DEQX.  1.  Buy an Earthworks mic. 2. Have Larry Owens dial it in by taking over your computer. 
Do all of these work off a pc with a mic?  There’s a similar thread in the speaker forum that could use some experienced help.
Just FYI, DSpeaker has a new DSP model called the X4.  Here's a review...

https://www.whatsbestforum.com/threads/dspeaker-anti-mode-x4.26851/
Wow - that pretty well ssys it all.  I don’t even have the patience to absorb it all.

I’m just after a simple way to eliminate some room boom in the bass.