Monophonic definitions

mŏn'ə-fŏn'ĭk
Having a single melodic line.
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Of, or having the nature of, monophony.
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Relating to a system of transmitting, recording, or reproducing sound in which one or more sources are connected to a single channel; monaural.
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Designating or of sound reproduction using a single channel to carry and reproduce sounds through one or more loudspeakers.
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(of sound reproduction) Having a single channel; monaural (compare stereophonic)
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(music) Having a single melodic line and no harmony (compare polyphonic)
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(orthography) Having simple one-to-one mapping between letters and phonemes.
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(1) Also called "mono" and "monaural," it refers to the reproduction of sound using a single channel. Contrast with stereophonic.
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Origin of monophonic

mono- +"Ž -phonic