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    Stereo Vs. Mono

    does anyone know the differences between having your sounds in stereo and mono







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    Re: Stereo Vs. Mono

    Umm...mono, you have no left/right channel seperation, in stereo you do?




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    Re: Stereo Vs. Mono

    Human's have 2 ears, left and right....... we hear in stereo.



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