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These are speaker types defined for use with AudioSettings.speakerMode.
Your project's default speaker mode can be set in the Audiomanager through Edit->Project Settings->Audio.
See Also: AudioSettings, Audio Manager.
|Raw||Channel count is unaffected.|
|Mono||Channel count is set to 1. The speakers are monaural.|
|Stereo||Channel count is set to 2. The speakers are stereo. This is the editor default.|
|Quad||Channel count is set to 4. 4 speaker setup. This includes front left, front right, rear left, rear right.|
|Surround||Channel count is set to 5. 5 speaker setup. This includes front left, front right, center, rear left, rear right.|
|Mode5point1||Channel count is set to 6. 5.1 speaker setup. This includes front left, front right, center, rear left, rear right and a subwoofer.|
|Mode7point1||Channel count is set to 8. 7.1 speaker setup. This includes front left, front right, center, rear left, rear right, side left, side right and a subwoofer.|
|Prologic||Channel count is set to 2. Stereo output, but data is encoded in a way that is picked up by a Prologic/Prologic2 decoder and split into a 5.1 speaker setup.|
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