discrete sound system

discrete sound system

[di′skrēt ′sau̇nd ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
A quadraphonic sound system in which the four input channels are preserved as four discrete channels during recording and playback processes; sometimes referred to as a 4-4-4 system.
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The Tremors residents Tom Livinston and Connor Byrne are playing Tremors on Friday at Flat 0/1 in Glasgow on the mighty Discrete Sound System.
The latest investment by Stagetex sees them taking delivery of white CT6 and CT-26 speakers aimed at high-end corporate events and private functions where an exceptionally discrete sound system is required.
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