compatible discrete four-channel sound

compatible discrete four-channel sound

[kəm′pad·ə·bəl dis′krēt ¦fȯr ¦chan·əl ′sau̇nd]
(engineering acoustics)
A sound system in which a separate channel is maintained from each of the four sets of microphones at the recording studio or other input location to the four sets of loudspeakers that serve as the output of the system. Abbreviated CD-4 sound.
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