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binaural

 [bi-naw´ral, bin-aw´ral]
pertaining to both ears; called also binotic.

bin·au·ral

(bin-aw'răl),
Relating to both ears.
Synonym(s): binotic
[L. bini, a pair, + auris, ear]

binaural

/bi·nau·ral/ (bi-naw´r'l) pertaining to both ears.

binaural

(bī-nôr′əl, bĭn-ôr′-)
adj.
1.
a. Having or relating to two ears.
b. Having to do with the perception of sound with both ears: binaural hearing.
2. Of or relating to sound transmission from two sources, which may vary acoustically, as in tone or pitch, to give a stereophonic effect.

bin·au′ral·ly adv.

binaural

[bī·naw′rəl]
Etymology: L, bis, twice + auris, ear
pertaining to both ears.

binaural

adjective
(1) Having or referring to two ears—e.g., hearing with both ears.
(2) Of or pertaining to sound transmission from 2 separate sources, which vary acoustically relative to the listener, as in the wearing of 2 hearing devices.

bin·au·ral

(bī-naw'răl)
Relating to both ears.
Synonym(s): binotic.
[L. bini, a pair, + auris, ear]

binaural

1. Related to two ears.
2. Hearing with both ears.

bin·au·ral

(bī-naw'răl)
Relating to both ears.
[L. bini, a pair, + auris, ear]

binaural

pertaining to both ears.
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For the 18 subjects for whom the SRT could be measured in all conditions, mean improvements binaurally were 6.
The spatial audio cues -- broadband (20-Hz to 10-kHz) noise bursts delivered at regular intervals until the participant responded -- were presented binaurally through a set of USAF PRU-57 active noise reduction headphones and were generated so as to be perceived as emanating from varying positions in the horizontal plane (see Figure 1).
All verbalizations were presented binaurally at an intensity of 60 dB(A) at the participant's ear.
Auditory warning tones - pulsed pink noises with a cutoff frequency of 11 kHz - were presented binaurally to participants via a set of Sennheiser HD 250 II Studio Monitor headphones.
All auditory stimuli were generated by STIM software (NeuroScan) and were presented binaurally over E-A-RTONE (Aearo Company; Indianapolis, Indiana) insert earphones.
A verbal audio alert signaling the proximity of another aircraft was presented either monaurally without spatial cues or binaurally with HRTF filtering simulating a sound source at 0 [degrees] elevation and three times the azimuth of the target.
Most patients were fitted binaurally and had no prior hearing aid experience.
When Gilkey and Good presented their virtual sounds binaurally, the observed reductions in masking were in agreement with our free-field data.
However, a number of investigators have measured the counterpart of the critical band binaurally.