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In dynamic virtual reality, visual cues and motor actions aid auditory perception. With multimodal integration and auditory adaptation effects, generic head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) may yield no significant disadvantage to individual HRTFs regarding accurate auditory perception. This study compares two individual HRTF sets against a generic HRTF set by way of objective analysis and two subjective experiments. First, auditory-model-based predictions examine the objective deviations indoi:10.3390/app11146646 doaj:431ae3c2b1e849c8a4c7dd8b75e52aa8 fatcat:ki5uag5omzcxfmj6p5qn2rhnfa