When looking at FR response, I find it difficult to estimate how much of the total energy of a headphone a given band (e.g. 7-10 khz) represents. For example, the SR009 and LCD3's FR's look fairly similar overall, when in fact one is rolled off a bit on top, and the other is a bit bright. Would it be easy to represent the FR response as a table where the percent of energy for a given band is given? EG: 20-60 hz 12% 61-120 hz: 10% 121-200 hz:12% 201-400 hz: 10% ...and so on to 20 hz or so Perhaps this could be normalized against the harman target response, so for a headphone that met the response perfectly it would read 20-60 hz +0% 61-120 hz: +0% 121-200 hz: +0% For a bassy headphone, it would read: 20-60 hz +5% 61-120 hz +5% 121-200 hz +5% It would be surprised if this hasn't been thought of before. But it seems like it would make reading FR responses easier. Sort of like having the "area under the curve" in statistics be in a chart, because it's a lot of information to remember. And that's for a single curve. It would also help in comparing graphs from different measurement systems and with different compensations.