[ster-ee-uh-fon-ik, steer-] /ˌstɛr i əˈfɒn ɪk, ˌstɪər-/
pertaining to a system of sound recording or reproduction using two or more separate channels to produce a more realistic effect by capturing the spatial dimensions of a performance (the location of performers as well as their acoustic surroundings), used especially with high-fidelity recordings and reproduction systems (opposed to monophonic).
(of a system for recording, reproducing, or broadcasting sound) using two or more separate microphones to feed two or more loudspeakers through separate channels in order to give a spatial effect to the sound Often shortened to stereo Compare monophonic, quadraphonics
noun 1. the state or condition of being stereophonic.
[ster-ee-oh-fuh-tog-ruh-fee, steer-] /ˌstɛr i oʊ fəˈtɒg rə fi, ˌstɪər-/ noun 1. photography producing stereoscopic images.
noun 1. stereoscopic vision; the ability to perceive depth. noun 1. stereoscopic vision
[ster-ee-op-ti-kuh n, -kon, steer-] /ˌstɛr iˈɒp tɪ kən, -ˌkɒn, ˌstɪər-/ noun, Optics. 1. a projector usually consisting of two complete lanterns arranged so that one picture appears to dissolve while the next is forming. stereopticon /ˌstɛrɪˈɒptɪkən; ˌstɪər-/ noun 1. a type of projector with two complete units arranged so that one picture dissolves as the […]