ster·e·o·phon·ic (stĕr′ē-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.
ster′e·ophon·y (-ē-ŏfə-nē) n.
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