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mon·au·ral

(mon-aw'răl),
Pertaining to one ear.
[mono- + L. auris, ear]

monaural

(mŏn-ôr′əl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or designating sound reception by one ear.
2. Electronics Monophonic.

mon·au′ral·ly adv.

mon·au·ral

(mon-aw'răl)
Pertaining to one ear.
[mono- + L. auris, ear]
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On the improvement of singing voice separation for monaural recordings using the MIR-1K dataset.
When both tones were activated in the same ear, a monaural beat was produced.
On one hand, it has been demonstrated that the blind individuals possess enhanced sound localization abilities in the horizontal plane (while the sighted subjects were more proficient for vertical sound discrimination) and for performing spatial localization tasks under monaural listening conditions.
Kobayashi, "Ipsilateral and contralateral recordings of auditory brainstem responses to monaural stimulation," Pediatric Neurology, vol.
The transmitter takes the monaural or multiplexed stereo signal with or without RDS and modulates an RF frequency within the FM band.
Following monaural presentation of the lists in quiet and at various signal-to-noise ratios, the percent of correct values were used to construct performance intensity (PI) functions.
A monaural stethoscope with a longer flexible tube of cloth-covered spiral wire had been developed in 1832 (3), but it was not until the 1890s that stethoscopes with longer flexible rubber tubes became available.
For example, when subjects listen to monaural compared with binaural pure tones at suprathreshold levels, the stimulus in the monaural ear must be 6 to 10 dB higher than the stimulus during binaural presentation to result in equal loudness judgments [6-7].
It includes a 2.7-inch-wide Clear Photo LCD plus screen, monaural speaker, edge crop adjust, and a Duplicate Plus function for copying video and audio from another VTR.
It also explains how the relatively slow tempo of postwar public speech, spoken word, and sound recording regimes imprinted the voice documents of the monaural era.
The DAV-DZ110 manages automatic sound adjustment with a monaural microphone set on the listener's position which measures the distance from each speaker's test tone.
If you want it, you have to buy it in a big, six-disc set, an expensive proposition, especially since many of the accompanying items are in monaural. A lot of audiophiles don't like to listen to mono, no matter how good the mono may be.