Soundstage is a term used to describe an element of the stereo listening experience. It is also called soundstaging. A good soundstage describes the ability of the music system to reproduce the acoustic information about the shape, size, space and acoustic characteristics of the venue in which the recording was made. A good soundstage can place the location of the performers or instruments in front of the listener and often extends beyond the boundaries of the speakers in the music system. Soundstaging is often enhanced by the correct placement of speakers in the listening room. For more information, please read my article about correct speaker placement.