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See also: sensurround
- An audio process for motion pictures using low-frequency sound to produce physical sensations in an audience.
- 1977 December, “Rolling and reeling with Sensurround”, in New Scientist, page 771:
- The object of Sensurround is to subject the audience to such high levels of such low frequency sound that they feel as well as hear the sound waves.
- 2010, Eve Zibart with Lea Lane and Aaron Starmer, The Unofficial Guide to New York City, →ISBN, page 455:
- Upstairs, you enter a cavernous ballroom, like a junior high school auditorium taken over by aliens with superior technology—featuring amazing lighting tricks and a Sensurround–style bass response that makes your chest feel as if it's going to explode.