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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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for the first time a reader can see the developing action in a stereoscopic way, and listen to the conversation binaurally' (ix), he soon finds himself saying ~the text of Boswell's Tour had to be cut quite extensively, and reordered in places, in order to bring it into rough correspondence with Johnson's text' (xxi).
[28] showed better results when the stimulus was elicited binaurally. Ahadi et al.
Stimuli were presented binaurally to the participants through Sennheiser HD 205 II circumaural headphones at the most comfortable level for each subject, usually at 65 dBSPL.
All stimuli were presented binaurally via inset stereo earphones.
Most participants were fit binaurally (86%), with other hearing aid features such as style, directional microphone, telephone program, multiple memory, volume control, and remote control well balanced across treatment groups.
Flashes of light-emitting diodes (red and orange) were used as visual stimuli, located at a distance of 80 cm from the eyes of the participants, while as auditory stimuli tones were used, with a frequency of 220 and 250 Hz supplied binaurally through head sets.
Observers monitoring the auditory display listened to 247.5-ms bursts of white noise presented binaurally via Grayson-Stadler TDH-59 headphones.
Participants in each of the pre-exposure conditions were tested individually and presented with a list of 25 nonsense syllables binaurally through headphones.
Each trial started with a blank screen and a tone presented binaurally (500 ms duration and 100 Hz frequency).
The patient was subsequently fitted binaurally with behind-the-ear hearing aids.
Stimuli were generated by a digital signal processor (Tucker-Davis RP2) and presented binaurally through ear inserts (Etymotic ER2).