Monophonic

Definition of Monophonic

Mon`o`phon´ic
a.1.(Mus.) Single-voiced; having but one part; as, a monophonic composition; - opposed to polyphonic.
2.Of or relating to a system for recording and reproducing sound, which has only one sound channel; also called monaural or mono. It contrasts with stereophonic (or stereo), quadraphonic, or surround-sound, which have two or more channels, and can thus reproduce the effect of the sound coming from more than one direction.

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electronics, monaural, mono, single-channel
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