Transaural audio

The use of psychoacoustics to give the listener the illusion of sound coming from all around, even though there are only two loudspeakers. The listener must be positioned on the center line of the two speakers to correctly perceive the phantom images. An example is the QSound™ system. Also called psychoacoustic surround soundsurround-sound, or fifty-yard line surround.

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