There is no such thing to emulate. It's more of a generic term for predicted room power response for a typical monopolar narrowing directivity bass>treble speaker. Unfortunately, once these myths start on audio forums, there is no end.What values in REW's 'add room curve' would emulate the Harman house curve?
etc, etc.Dr. Sean Olive November 2, 2009 at 10:33 AM
In truth, the optimal in-room target curve may depend on the loudspeaker directivity and reflectivity of the listening room. If the room is acoustically dead with few reflections and/or the directivity of the loudspeaker is quite high, the in-room response will represent a higher proportion of the direct sound, which should be flat. Using a target curve with large downward tilt will make the loudspeaker sound too dull.