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binaural

[bī′nȯr·əl]
(acoustics)
Pertaining to sound that reaches the listener over two paths, to give the effect of auditory perspective.
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Apos a obtencao do LRSS, iniciou-se a pesquisa do IPRSS, na condicao de escuta binaural, com proteses auditivas em ambas as orelhas, utilizando a lista 1B.
On Monday, Khaleej Times' reporter successfully downloaded a mobile application called 'Binaural Beats Music'.
Electrode Placement in Binaural Stimulation: (2 Channel Mode): Cz (Vertex)--Reference or positive electrode was connected to second channel by jumper connector wire.
Unlike in traditional meditation, where some distractions keep one from holding the mind's focus, binaural beats put you in a meditative state easily and quickly.
However, some studies such as the 'Get High Now: Without Drugs by James Nestor' indicate that binaural beats did in fact facilitate actual feelings of meditative calm with periods of overt sexiness and overall clear-headedness, which can be part of drug experiences.
Binaural audio relates to the way our ears hear and we experience the world around us.
Group I comprised 60 individuals with normal hearing (mean age, 34.4 and SD, 15.9 years; male:female, 27:33), group II comprised 30 individuals with binaural moderate sensorineural hearing loss for the frequency range of 250 Hz.8 KHz (mean age, 40.4 and SD, 9.8 years; male:female, 19:11), and group III comprised 30 individuals with binaural moderate sensorineural hearing loss for the frequency range of 250 Hz.8 KHz and binaural behind-the-ear hearing aid users (mean age, 38.9 and SD, 16.9 years; male:female, 17:13).
The science of binaural beats has been used by people all over the world for thousands of years.
Binaural beats have been shown to reduce anxiety, reduce pain, and affect various aspects of cognition.
Binaural mechanisms that use head shadow effect and central processing of cues based on timing, frequency, and level between ears markedly enhance speech understanding and sound localization compared with listening with only one ear, and it is clear that both children and adults perform better with two CIs than with one (8).
3D Audio technology uses advanced binaural and psycho-acoustic principles to provide directional audio delivered into the ears of the pilot, so that the spatial position of the sound source can be located.