File extension spx is used by following file type(s):

File extension spx file type 1 description:
Apple System Profiler computer information file

The SPX file suffix is associated with Apple System Profiler. Apple System Profiler is a part of the Mac OS X Apple operating system.

To enter into Apple System Profiler you can:

  • Open the Apple menu and choose About This Mac; it brings up the About This Mac box.
  • Click the More Info button. This brings up the System Profiler

The Apple System Profiler generates the SPX Apple System Profiler computer information file that contains full System Profiler report. File is in XML text format.

Creating and printing or saving a report:
  • Make sure to have a printer selected.
  • From the View menu, select Mini Profile, Basic Profile or Full Profile.
  • From the File menu, choose Print -the system generates a report based on your selection. Note that a full report can run hundreds of pages, depending on your configuration.
  • Open the File menu and choose Print, Save or Preview.

  • The SPX Apple System Profiler computer information file is used by the Apple technical support for better solution of bugs and technical problems with Apple Mac computers.

Programs
that open spx files:
Mac OS X (Apple OS X)

 

File extension spx file type 2 description:
FoxPro compiler screen program file

SPX file suffix is associated with FoxPro. Compiler screen program file.

Programs
that open spx files:
Visual FoxPro (Microsoft Windows)

 

File extension spx file type 3 description:
Ogg Speex profile file

The spx file extension is associated with Speex, an open source/free software patent-free audio compression format designed for speech, developed by Xiph.Org.

Programs
that open spx files:
Speex (Microsoft Windows)

 

File extension spx file type 4 description:
Speex encoded audio

The SPX file extension is associated with Speex encoded audio format.

Speex is an Open Source/Free Software patent-free audio compression format designed for speech. The Speex Project aims to lower the barrier of entry for voice applications by providing a free alternative to expensive proprietary speech codecs. Moreover, Speex is well-adapted to Internet applications and provides useful features that are not present in most other codecs. Finally, Speex is part of the GNU Project and is available under the revised BSD license.

Speex is based on CELP and is designed to compress voice at bitrates ranging from 2 to 44 kbps. Some of Speex's features include:

  • Narrowband (8 kHz), wideband (16 kHz), and ultra-wideband (32 kHz) compression in the same bitstream
  • Intensity stereo encoding
  • Packet loss concealment
  • Variable bitrate operation (VBR)
  • Voice Activity Detection (VAD)
  • Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)
  • Fixed-point port
  • Acoustic echo canceller
  • Noise suppression
Programs
that open spx files:
VLC media player (Microsoft Windows)
VLC media player for Linux (Linux)
VLC media player for Mac (Apple OS X)
Xine (Linux)