As discussed previously, the I2SxExt modules are stripped-down slave-I2S-only versions of the SPI/I2S module, nonetheless they are separate modules connected to their "master" SPIx/I2Sx counterpart only at the IO-signals level (internal to the chip, but external to modules themselves). In the 'F4 family, this is underpinned also by the fact, that the sole I2SxExt signal (I2SxExt_SD, i.e. data) which is brought out to an external pin, is at the same pin but separate Alternative Function (AF) than the corresponding SPIx/I2Sx module's MISO pin (which is unused in I2S mode).
Maybe this has proven to be confusing to the users, because ST in the newer 'F3 family ST merged I2SxExt_SD with the corresponding SPIx_MISO to the same AF:
That I2SxExt is still a separate module, is witnessed by it occupying its own separate address space.