Perceptual consequences of including reverberation in spatial auditory displays
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This paper evaluates the perceptual consequences of including reverberation in spatial auditory displays for rapidly-varying signals (obstruent consonants). Preliminary results suggest that the effect of reverberation depends on both syllable position and reverberation characteristics. As many of the non-speech sounds in an auditory display share acoustic features with obstruent consonants, these results are important when designing spatial auditory displays for nonspeech signals as well.