Stereo

  • (noun): Reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound.
    Synonyms: stereo system, stereophonic system
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Some articles on stereo:

Race For The Prize - Track Listing - Japan CD
... For the Prize" (Remix) "Riding to Work in the Year 2025 (Your Invisible Now)" (Stereo remix) "Thirty-Five Thousand Feet of Despair" (Stereo remix) "The Big Ol' Bug Is the New Baby Now" (Stereo remix) ...
The Beatles' Recording Sessions - 1963 - "She Loves You" Single Sessions
... No stereo mixes were ever made from the master recordings, and later stereo releases of the songs are in duophonic stereo or are combined with the recordings made on 13 March 1964 for the German-l ...
AMAX
... tuners and receivers offering AMAX Stereo were designed to capture the widest audio frequency response and stereo separation of AM stereo broadcasts, where available ...
Binocular Disparity - Uses of Disparity From Images
... used in further extraction of information from stereo images ... This allows for depth perception in stereo images ... and speed data can be extracted from subsequent stereo images by measuring the displacement of objects relative to the rover ...
Home Audio - History - Stereo
... Stereo sound usually refers to two-channel audio, but technically it refers to anything better than monaural audio, as the term literally means "solid sound." ...

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