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Stereophonic means having two channels of audio. This is almost always taken to mean one for each ear, left and right, but could also be interpreted as any two-channel audio system.

See also monophonic and quadrophonic.

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Stereophonics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (816 words)
Stereophonics are a rock band with original members Kelly Jones, Richard Jones (no relation to Kelly) and Stuart Cable growing up together in their hometown of Cwmaman in South Wales.
Later the band changed their name to "Stereophonics", named after the maker of ex-drummer Stuart Cable's grandmothers gramophone.
The Stereophonics song "Maybe Tomorrow" is featured over the end titles of the race-drama movie "Crash", which won the Academy Award for Best Film in 2006, as well as the 2004 psychological thriller film Wicker Park.
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Stereophonics signed to the then nascent V2 in the Summer of 1996 and good things have not stopped happening since then, but this story of stories goes way back.
Stereophonics played a tremendous early afternoon set at the Hillsborough Justice Concert at Anfield (May 1997) - it was raining and Kelly was jolted by a succession of electric shocks.
The NME recently called Stereophonics Princes Of Wales, and while the band are more than proud of their achievements on their home turf, its worth pointing out that Morfa Stadium aside, some of their biggest live shows have taken place in France - where Stereophonics are serious business.
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