What is surround?

  • (verb): Surround with a wall in order to fortify.
    Synonyms: wall, palisade, fence, fence in
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on surround:

Tracheobronchial Injury - Anatomy
... kept open by rings made of cartilage that surround the front and sides of the structure these rings are not closed and do not surround the back, which is made of membrane ... Anatomical structures that surround and protect the tracheobronchial tree include the lungs, the esophagus, large blood vessels, the rib cage, the thoracic spine, and ...
Rear/back Center Channel
6.1 channel surround systems such as Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES use a single rear surround channel in addition to the traditional left and right ...
Speaker Cone
... shaped part, a cone is many times also referred to as the cone/surround assembly to include the outer suspension called the surround ... The purpose of the cone/surround assembly is to accurately reproduce the voice coil signal waveform ... The ideal for a cone/surround assembly is an extended range of linearity or "pistonic" motion characterized by i) minimal acoustical breakup of the cone material, ii) minimal standing wave patterns in the cone ...
Michael Bishop (sound Engineer)
... for Best-Engineered Classical Recording and Best Surround Album ... He also received the award for Best Surround Mix – Orchestral, 2004 Surround Music Awards ...
The Simpsons (season 20) - DVD Release
10-21) Languages English (Dolby Digital 5.1, with subtitles) Spanish (Dolby Surround, with subtitles) Portuguese (Dolby Surround, with subtitles) Czech (Dolby Surround, with ...

More definitions of "surround":

  • (verb): Envelop completely.
    Synonyms: smother
  • (verb): Extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle.
    Synonyms: skirt, border

Famous quotes containing the word surround:

    It is his weakness to be proud: he derives, from a comparison of his own extraordinary mind with the dwarfish intellects that surround him, an intense apprehension of the nothingness of human life.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

    Our village life would stagnate if it were not for the unexplored forests and meadows which surround it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Immortality is what nature possesses without effort and without anybody’s assistance, and immortality is what the mortals must therefore try to achieve if they want to live up to the world into which they were born, to live up to the things which surround them and to whose company they are admitted for a short while.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)