# Perception of sound in varying temperature

If one disregards situations like explosions (where air is heated) etc. and also disregards humidity – does temperature affect sound in any way for the observer?

Say for example one listens to a song/speech/sound from a loud speaker in 40°C and the same in -50°C.

$$v_{40{^\circ}{\mathrm C}} = 331\tfrac{m}{s} \sqrt{\frac{313\,{\mathrm K}}{273\,{\mathrm K}}} = 354\tfrac{m}{s}$$

$$v_{-50{^\circ}{\mathrm C}} = 331\tfrac{m}{s} \sqrt{\frac{223\,{\mathrm K}}{273\,{\mathrm K}}} = 299\tfrac{m}{s}$$

Where K is Kelvin

Would there be any difference in the perception of the sound?

From what I understand there is no change in frequency or amplitude due to temperature, but I'm having some trouble grasping how such big changes in speed of sound would not affect the perception of the sound.