Definition of stereophony in English:



See stereophonic

‘This also motivates the belonging of conventional stereophony to the broader simulation of the perception approach.’
  • ‘What we learned from this was that we needed to take more than a little care in handling stereophony.’
  • ‘Time-of-arrival stereophony works as a result of the time of arrival at each microphone.’
  • ‘When microphones are separated by an angle, it is called intensity stereophony.’
  • ‘The introduction of multi-channel audio recording, stereophony to be specific, resulted in the capturing of sound stage and room ambience that could never be replicated in a monaural system of any quality.’



/ˌsterēˈäf(ə)nē/ /ˌstɛriˈɑf(ə)ni/