SNDR to SPX Converter
Convert your sndr files to spx online & free
Set the overall output Speex audio bitrate. Designed for human speech encoding, Speex reaches transparency at ultra-low bitrate with a maximum bitrate of 44 kbps.
Auto (No change) Set the number of audio channels. This setting is most useful when downmixing channels (e.g., from 5.1 to stereo).
Auto (No change) Set the sample rate of the audio. Music with a full spectrum (20 Hz — 20 kHz) requires values not lower than 44.1 kHz to achieve transparency. More info can be found on the wiki.
Convert to SNDR
MS-DOS early ’90s .SND(RT) files
SND is a file extension for a sound file used with a variety of platforms. SND stands for SouND. SND files may contain audio data specific to a Macintosh sound resource (from Mac OS Classic), an AKAI MPC audio sample, a generic Amiga sound, or other audio file. SND files can often be opened by Apple’s Quicktime Player
An SPX file is a Speex audio file saved within an Ogg Vorbis container. Speex is an open source patent-free audio format designed for speech compression. It supports variable bitrate (VBR) encoding and several features not found in other audio codecs. Some examples include embedded encoding, intensity stereo encoding, and voice activity detection.
How to convert SNDR to SPX
Select files from Computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, URL or by dragging it on the page.
Choose "to spx"
Choose spx or any other format you need as a result (more than 200 formats supported)
Download your spx
Let the file convert and you can download your spx file right afterwards