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I would like to play a media file which contains a high frecuency sounds (inaudible for humans), to repel some animals. My question is: which is the sample rate limits of any commertial mobile phones? I suppose that is 48 kHz or 44100 Hz. Can I remove this limitation via software?


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closed as not constructive by Matthew Read Apr 2 '12 at 17:29

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This is impossible to answer in general, you'd need to look at the DACs of individual phones. There are apps like Poweramp that play 96 kHz audio, though. – Matthew Read Apr 2 '12 at 17:29

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