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An investigation of interaural time difference fluctuations, part 2: dependence of the subjective spatial effect on audio frequency
The effect of the audio frequency of narrow-band noise signals with a sinusoidal ITD fluctuation was investigated. To examine this, a subjective experiment was carried out using a match to sample method and stimuli delivered over headphones. It was found that the magnitude of the subjective effect is dependent on audio frequency and that the relationship between the audio frequency and a constant subjective effect appears to be based on equal maximum phase difference fluctuations.
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