In stereophonic sound, sound is recorded on two different channels and then mixed or blended back together, for an observable effect in playback. This is in contrast to monophonic sound, which involves only one channel. Stereophonic sound is also known as stereo sound or stereo.
The more data we collect, the more useful it may become, perhaps in ways we haven't even thought of yet.
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