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    A stereo record player allows for the reproduction of sound using two or more independent audio channels through a symmetrical configuration of loudspeakers in such a way as to create the impression of sound heard from various directions, as in natural hearing. It is often contrasted with monophonic (or “mono”) sound, where audio is in the form of one channel. Stereo sound provides a more natural listening experience where the spatial location of the source of a sound is, at least in part, reproduced. With stereo, one experiences a more balanced sound, because the two channels have equal fidelity.

    The first commercial stereo two-channel records were issued in 1957 on translucent blue vinyl by Bel Canto Records. The following year, stereo LP releases were offered by Audio Fidelity in the USA and Pye in Britain. The stereo record is now the standard format for record production by countless record labels around the world.
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