.SPX File Overview

File Extension: SPX
File Type Description: Ogg Vorbis Speex File
File Type Developer: Xiph.Org
Primary Associated Software: Microsoft Windows Media Player
Primary Software Developer: Microsoft Corporation

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What is File Extension SPX?

Piotr Pawlowski developed the Ogg Vorbis Speex File file type when the Foobar2000 was initially released. According to our internal data, Ogg Vorbis Speex File files are most popular with users in United States, with a majority of them running Windows 10. Frequently these users are visiting our web site using Google Chrome.

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Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows Phone

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