AudioContextOptions dictionary (used when instantiating an
AudioContext) may contain a property named
sampleRate, which indicates the sample rate to use for the new context. The value must be a floating-point value indicating the sample rate, in samples per second, for which to configure the new context; additionally, the value must be one which is supported by
audioContextOptions.sampleRate = 44100; var sampleRate = audioContextOptions.sampleRate;
The desired sample rate for the
AudioContext, specified in samples per second. The value must be compatible with
AudioBuffer.sampleRate. This value should typically be between 8,000 Hz and 96,000 Hz; the default will vary depending on the output device, but the sample rate 44,100 Hz is the most common.
sampleRate property is not included in the options, or the options are not specified when creating the audio context, the new context's output device's preferred sample rate is used by default.
|Web Audio API
The definition of 'AudioContextOptions.sampleRate' in that specification.
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1. See issue 432248 for Chrome support.