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stereophonic

(of a system for recording, reproducing, or broadcasting sound) using two or more separate microphones to feed two or more loudspeakers through separate channels in order to give a spatial effect to the sound

stereophonic

[¦ster·ē·ə′fän·ik]
(engineering acoustics)
Pertaining to three-dimensional pickup or reproduction of sound, as achieved by using two or more separate audio channels. Also known as stereo.

stereophonic

Sound reproduction that uses two channels (left and right) and mostly referred to as "stereo." Contrast with monophonic systems that use a single channel (see monophonic) and surround sound systems that use from five to seven channels (see surround sound).
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In 1955 the projectors and screen were further adapted to show CinemaScope, complete with stereophonic sound.
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Hess and Dabholkar describe, in great detail, the emergence of the Technicolor Corporation in 1918, the "tricks" such as 3-D imagery, widescreen, and stereophonic sound, and other largely unsuccessful gimmicks that were being tested in order to differentiate the movie going experience from the small screen and, it was hoped, stem bleeding ticket sales.
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o and you must try to explain about high-fidelity sound and woofers and tweeters, and how the needle on the tonearm rode in the grooves of a vinyl disc and produced stereophonic sound, which of course your child does not believe for one second, but that doesnAEt mean it isnAEt true.
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