Definition of quadraphonic in English:

quadraphonic

Syllabification: quad·ra·phon·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌkwädrəˈfänik
 
/
(also quadrophonic)

adjective

  • (Of sound reproduction) transmitted through four channels.
    More example sentences
    • Scientists can't check Ohno's hypothesis by watching the DVD of the Y's life story, complete with quadraphonic sound.
    • Simplified, Black Box is four giant, central screens in a cube-shaped room decked out with top-gun quadraphonic sound.
    • It goes beyond quadraphonic, heading for a sound stage of 360 degrees.

Derivatives

quadraphonically

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb

quadraphonics

noun
More example sentences
  • The great orchestral suite was premiered during the First World War and used to show off every recording innovation ever after, from electrical to quadraphonics.

quadraphony

Pronunciation: /kwäˈdräfənē/
noun

Origin

1960s: from quadri- 'four' + a shortened form of stereophonic.

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