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What Is the Difference Between Stereo and High Quality in Live Events?

In setting up your Live Event, there is an option for teachers to adjust your Stream Settings, including setting up the audio quality of the event. 

The stereo sound option uses two different channels. You can use two different channels and make one feed one speaker and the second channel feed a second speaker (which is the most common stereo setup). This is used to create directionality, perspective, and space.

The high-quality option is mono. One single channel is used. It can be reproduced through several speakers, but all speakers are still reproducing the same copy of the signal.

To ensure that you're all set for your Live Event, here are some tips on how you can have great Live Events.

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