adjective denoting or relating to a high-fidelity audio system that reproduces the directional and acoustic properties of recorded sound using two or more channels.
noun (ambisonics) [treated as sing.] ambisonic reproduction or systems.
1970s: from L. ambi- 'on both sides' + sonic.

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