Stereophonic meaning

stĕrē-ə-fŏnĭk, stîr-
Of or used in a sound-reproduction system that uses two or more separate channels to give a more natural distribution of sound.
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Designating or of sound reproduction, as in films, records, tapes, or broadcasting, using two or more channels to carry and reproduce through separate speakers a blend of sounds from separate sources.
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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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Of or pertaining to sound reproduction using two channels to give a more natural two-dimensional sound distribution.
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Origin of stereophonic

  • stereo- +"Ž -phonic

    From Wiktionary