from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or used in a sound-reproduction system that uses two or more separate channels to give a more natural distribution of sound.
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- adj. of or pertaining to sound reproduction using two channels to give a more natural two-dimensional sound distribution
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. designating sound transmission from two sources through two channels
I squatted on my haunches, close to the action, soaking up those terrific sounds (recorded in a process not yet widely known as "stereophonic").
Binaural tones are a special kind of stereophonic sound that incorporates two tones which are of two different frequencies for brainwave entrainment.
With just a few notes of music, the secret that I have kept hidden for nearly four decades returned to my mind in vivid stereophonic sound.
Pair those bad boys up with stereophonic goodness?
The counter argument to this is there was a point in time when color movies, stereophonic sound and high definition were all considered "special".
Squeezophone 360° is composed of two stereophonic loudspeakers.
Best enjoyed with stereophonic supersonic headphones, so you can appreciate the shift from one channel to another, while you watch thousands of starlings take flight in a burnt sunset sky.
Lost to those same critics was anything other than a grudging recognition of the talent it took to reliably provide pleasure for audiences of four generations—from the nickelodeon era to widescreen and stereophonic sound.
There was only one problem—VistaVision had no provisions for stereophonic sound.
Think of all of those multi-media installation thingies you see nowadays, with mood lighting and stereophonic sound effects, and liquid elements, and unruly dimensions.
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