Definitions for "Channel Separation"
Separation between signals multiplexed at different frequencies. Improper separation can lead to cross talk
See: Separation.
A measure of how well sounds in one channel are isolated from other channels. Low channel separation results in sounds from one channel "leaking" into other channels, a phenomenon called "crosstalk." A classic example is front-channel sounds in Dolby Surround leaking into the surround channels. High channel separation results in more precise placement of sounds.
Keywords:  strip, status, bit
Channel Status Bit Channel Strip