1. Small nearfields are not physically capable of reproducing what a large, full-range speaker will.
2. EQ won't change this. If you paint a green minivan with Ferrari red paint, it's still a minivan. If it did change it, everyone would have perfect frequency response.
3. EQ will NOT fix room deficiencies either. The problems are in the room.
Ditch the EQ - Get the speakers to sound as "natural" as possible in the room - And don't use too much Auralex unless you're using a LOT of bass trapping or you'll wind up in a worse situation than before. On the flipside, you can NEVER have too much bass trapping.