The effects of reverberation on a listener’s ability to recognize target sentences in the presence of up to three synchronized masking sentences

Conclusions: Results indicate that reverberation has a similar influence on SRSs measured in multi-talker environments, when room reverberation is ≤ 0.6 s. However, SRSs are dramatically reduced in the room with a RT = 1.1 s, even when only one competing talker is present.

from the International Journal of Audiology

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