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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsurround-soundsurˈround-ˌsound, surround sound noun [uncountable]  a system of four or more speakers (=pieces of equipment that sound comes out of) used so that sounds from a film or television programme come from all directionssurround-sound adjective [only before noun] surround-sound speakers
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surround-soundThe Auri is home theater seemingly gone mad, promising a full surround-sound experience through an ordinary pair of headphones.Dolby Digital, the next generation in surround-sound, is coming to the mass market.The big snag for listeners is that the equipment for receiving the surround-sound is not yet on sale.
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