I would like to obtain a frequency response scan of a speaker that excludes room reflections as if the speaker was in an anechoic chamber. I would like to know if REW can do these types of scans using some kind of impulse response analysis or time delay spectrometry techniques. I am trying to test individual speakers and I am getting a lot of room reflections issues that is making it difficult to acurrately obtain real data. If REW can do this, great, give me a path of how to set the program up to do so, please. I can not find a way by reading the instructions as written. Since REW can do so many things, I was hoping it would have a way to do this. Otherwise, I might be stuck buying into programs in the $1000 range.