A new configuration for a stereo echo canceller with nonlinear pre-processing is proposed. The pre-processor which adds uncorrelated components to the original received stereo signals improves the adaptive filter convergence even in the conventional configuration. However, because of the inaudibility restriction, the preprocessed signals still include a large amount of the original stereo signals which are often highly cross-correlated. Therefore, the improvement is limited. To overcome this, our new stereo echo canceller includes exclusive adaptive filters whose inputs are the uncorrelated signals generated in the pre-processor. These exclusive adaptive filters converge to true solutions without suffering from cross-correlation between the original stereo signals. This is demonstrated through computer simulation results.