Quadraphonics - definition of quadraphonics by The Free Dictionary
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quadraphonics (ˌkwɒdrəˈfɒnɪks) or
n Also called: quadrasonics
(Electronics) (functioning as singular) a system of sound recording and reproduction that uses four independent loudspeakers to give directional sources of sound. The speakers are fed by four separate amplified signals
ˌquadraˈphonic, ˌquadroˈphonic adj
quadraphony, quadrophony n
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The analogy is a little dated, but because he was writing in 1979, quadraphonics
represented a major advance in home sound technology.
The recording was originally made by Vox in two-channel stereo and four-channel quadraphonics
He'll have some competition on the night though, from two home-bred artists who go by the name of Quadraphonics
and have recently signed with Calibre Records.