well if you arent than i am suggesting that you NEVER EQ SPEAKERS to match the room for a flat frequency response. christ, especially with something as crappy as an ART EQ. MAYBE a weiss or something but even then its ALWAYS better to treat the room.
once you analyze the room you can methodically go after the buildups and holes in the frequency spectrum by acoustically treating the room. EQ only induces phase issues in your monitors and ultimately your mix that you will falsely compensate for. treating the room does not do that, the room creates the phase issues but alievating yourself via treatment doesnt ADD issues like EQ does.
Reality is what you can get away with.