Vox

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Vox is Latin for voice. It may refer to:

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Other uses in arts and entertainment[edit]

  • Vox (XM), a classical vocal channel on XM Satellite Radio
  • Vox T Radio, a radio station in Iaşi, Romania
  • Vox (video game), a Voxel-based exploration/RPG game focusing on player-generated content
  • Gleeman Vox, a character in the Ratchet & Clank video game series
  • Mother 4 uses VOX [Standing for Voice Operated Switch] as a psychic-type power.

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