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U8 File Format

Raw Unsigned 8-Bit Audio Data

U8 stands for Raw Unsigned 8-Bit Audio Data.
This was last updated in March 2012
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I'm a techie & im always on the hunt for new gadgets & platforms, however it does take a lot to impress me. I appreciate new technology & devises more than anyone I know: I could stare, touch, absorb & learn everything abt a new super cool device for hours or at least until I've navigated 3 ways forwards, backwards & sideways around what the new hardware has to offer; once absorbed im quick to move on & of course always the wiser.
My Son being of similar nature who tests devices within the ageing community this Christmas Santa bought Kyal a Smartwatch;
Santa sent down the chimney a beautiful entry level android & iPhone compatible device which has Bluetooth & in app notifications
As it is entry level we didn't go with a sim watch just yet and with that the watch doesn't have a microphone therefore it is not able to receive or make calls, but we feel that the awesome device does have the ability to text if we can get compatible .exc apps to the smartwatch via Bluetooth ???
Sorry abt the long drawn out blurb.



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