--- Don Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> It is odd that "stereo" for images means having depth, from near to
> while "stereo" for audio means having width. All visual images have
> width, while few audio recordings have depth.
Stereo is a greek-derived word for solidity. Stereo images
and stereo sound both (at least try to) convey how things
look and sound in the solidity of the physical world, so they
do actually mean the same thing.
David Breneman [log in to unmask]
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