Yea, you don't tune the Adams, you would tune the room the Adams are in. You'll need to get some kind of program that takes frequency measurements of your room and you'll also need a calibrated mic. This gets expensive and sometimes its worth calling in a professional room tuner (Acoustics expert) to do it for you.
After you take your first measurements. Then you'll need to add acoustic panels, bass traps and diffusers to tune the room to its optimal point.
You also may need to move your monitors to a different place in conjunction with adding the things i listed above.
Your studio monitors need to be at least 3 feet away from the back wall and the placement between the monitors and you should make a 3'X3'X3' triangle.
It took me about a week to tune my room. Its no small task
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