This paper reports on the influence of individual reflection on the auditory localization of a loudspeaker in a small room. The results have shown that the subjects can distinguish between timbre and localization, the spectrum level above 2 kHz for individual reflections determines their influence, and only the first-order floor reflection contributes to localization of the main source.
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