Detailed studies of measurement engineering, theory of measurement and measuring methods have led to a distinct result: You will not get insignificant measuring data from us, because the data alone won’t give you even a hint of the actual sound. Standardized measurements at a distance of one meter are clearly absurd unless the speakers are also used at a distance of one meter. Measuring bass responses is slightly illusive anyway. If the analysis isn’t done “on a 60 foot ladder on top of a mountain”, under real free field conditions, you are more likely to analyze the room than anything else. Every speaker is different in every room. The only unmistakable gauge is the human ear!