Today I put the 2235's reconed from 2205's in the L200 cabinets replacing the D130F's reconed as 130A's. The other components include an LE175/HL91, 075, N1200, and N8000. I took pics of the RTA (10 band) before and after. Gradations are in increments of 2 dB.
This first pic shows the RTA of right cabinet with the D130F reconed as a 130A by OCS. No eq is employed but the crossovers were adjusted for the smoothest freq response at the seating position. The RTA is a BSR and the microphone actually rolls off the highs making the highs look lower than they really are. (The highs are actually more pronounced than shown. When my Yamaha RX-Z9 goes through the autoeq, it reduces the highs from the levels you see to achieve a flat response and I have more faith in a $4,500 Yamaha than a $150 BSR.) Still, note the total lack of the 31.5 Hz and 16K Hz bands and the less than stellar response in the 62 Hz band.
These next two pics show the right and left RTAs, respectively, after replacement of the 130s with the 2235s. Nothing else was changed but the crossovers were again adjusted for the smoothest freq response at the seating position.