interchannel

adjective in·ter·chan·nel \ ˌin-tər-ˈcha-nᵊl \
variants: or less commonly inter-channel

Definition of interchannel

: existing between, occurring between, or involving two or more channels
  • clay accumulated in the slow-moving or standing waters of abandoned channel and interchannel lakes and swamps
  • —David R. Gaylord et al.
  • Viewers often fail to watch programmes they have been predicted to watch, and interchannel competition can make audience levels unpredictable.
  • —Winston Fletcher
  • In order to do a proper job of correcting interchannel phase, you need to check both speakers for absolute phase to determine which of the two speakers has incorrect internal wiring.
  • —Greg Borrowman
  • Inter-channel balance, the comparative gain of multiple channels, is an important parameter in stereo or surround systems.
  • —Ian Dennis

First Known Use of interchannel

1845

in the meaning defined above

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