monaural sound

monaural sound

[män′ȯr·əl ′sau̇nd]
(engineering acoustics)
Sound produced by a system in which one or more microphones are connected to a single transducing channel which is coupled to one or two earphones worn by the listener.
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The younger Martin's mission in creating a surround-sound mix for a low-budget, black-and-white film that originally was presented in monaural sound in theaters around the world "wasn't to be a modernized version of 'A Hard Day's Night.
Beginning April 28, 2008 this popular show, which has been broadcast in monaural sound for the last 18 years, will now be broadcast using SRS Circle Surround formatted 5.
The accompanying DVD contains the Debussy; it's done in color but in monaural sound.
Other Music and Arts CDs bearing Ardoin's notes are honest representations of the original monaural sound, including CD-826, which features wartime performances of Franz Schubert's Symphony No.
2) (Design rule for Camera File system compliant / DPOF-compatible) Movie : AVI (Motion JPEG ) with sound Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound File Formats Still image: JPEG (Exif Ver 2.
On the negative side, the orchestral playing is not truly world class and - most important - the old, monaural sound will not satisfy audiophiles.
With monaural sound, AVI format (Motion JPEG ) A movie can be recorded up to 60 seconds (with movie setting at 320) or 180 seconds (with movie setting at 160).
Its single distinction is that it is the only SACD I know of to include monaural sound.
Murch is digitally remixing the soundtrack and transforming the original monaural sound into stereo.
The Monaural sound is up to the standards of the others in this series (6/10).
But for audiophiles who won't put up with monaural sound, this reissue from RCA, with only the slightest hint of tape hiss, provides a pleasing, mid-priced alternative.