Yes, but because headphones bypass most of the HRTF related effects that the brain compensates for, the same headphone will sound very different to different people. There is a way of doing what OP is trying to do though. Instead of using the MiniDSP EARS, you can use an ear canal mic and measure your own HRTF with a neutral set of speakers. That would be your target response. Then, instead of measuring the headphones on the EARS, measure them on your own head with the canal mic. At that point you can choose from a couple different options: either use DSP to make the headphone match your neutral target response, or you may want to minimise DSP artifacts, in which case you can keep hunting for a headphone that comes reasonably close to matching your target response and if you get lucky and find one, a small amount of EQing may be enough to get you to a neutral response.