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Interchannel (from Latin inter , between and English channel , channel ) means "between the channels"; here the sound channels or the speaker channels.

The term is used in sound engineering to identify the differences or relationships between the two stereo speakers. Play like that

  • Interchannel- the level difference (level differences, inter-channel level difference ( Δ L )), and
  • the interchannel delay time difference (delay time difference, interchannel time delay ( Δ t ))

a decisive role for the localization of the direction of the auditory event of the phantom sound sources on the stereo loudspeaker base .

The terms interchannel level difference and interchannel time difference also occur in the literature.

In contrast to this term interchannel is the word interaural , which describes signals to the ears or eardrums as ear signals .

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