Open V8 file

V8 files: what are they and how do I open them?

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Covox 8-bit audio file

Files with v8 extension are used by The Covox Speech Thing device. The files contained sound and audio data.

Further details:

The v8 file extension is associated with The Covox Speech Thing (also known as Covox plug), which was an external audio device attached to the computer to output digital sound. It was composed of a primitive 8-bit-DAC and an analogue signal output, and plugged in to the printer port of the PC. 8-bits, mono sound.

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