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binaural

bin·au·ral / bīˈnôrəl; bin-/ • adj. of, relating to, or used with both ears: human hearing is binaural. ∎  of or relating to sound recorded using two microphones and usually transmitted separately to the two ears of the listener.

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binaural

binaural (byn-or-ăl) adj. relating to or involving the use of both ears.

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