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Test any audio application with the available audio sample with various properties and formats.
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Test the functionality, performance, and accuracy of any audio application or device with available tools on this webpage. Simply click on the desired button to play the related audio track.

Audio test application for your browser

Click the below - Play audio sample - buttons to test your audio application (i.e. audio equalizer, volume changer, etc).
Left, Right, Both, Mono and Stereo audio samples.
Mono audio samples from 8000hz to 44100hz
Stereo audio samples from 8000hz to 44100hz
Original music: Furious Freak, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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What is Audio Test?

Audio Test app provides simple tools to test any audio application/software. There are over 20 audio samples with various properties and formats suitable for testing various audio aspects. Currently, there are items with single to double audio channels and 8Khz to 44Khz frequencies. Simply click on the desired audio sample to play the sound. You can use this website to test your audio output device (i.e. speaker, headphone, etc.) as well.

The first time you play any audio sample it may take a while for the audio element to load and play the audio file. For the subsequent plays, the audio will play immediately.

What is Audio Frequency?

An audio frequency is a term that characterizes audible sound vibrations for the average human hearing. The unit of frequency is the hertz (Hz). In general, audio frequency determines the audio pitch. The standard hearing range for humans is from 20 to 20000Hz. Frequencies below or above this range are not heard properly and may be harmful to the ears. Please read more about audio frequency on this Wikipedia page.

What is Audio Sample Rate?

Audio Sample Rate is the number of samples of audio carried per second and measured in Hz. Bandwidth is the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies for an audio stream. A sample rate determines the maximum audio frequency that can be generated. In principle, the maximum audio frequency is around half the sample rate. For example for a sample rate of 44100Hz, the audio frequency is around 20000Hz. The most commonly used sample rate is 44100Hz and is standard due to the compact disk format (CD). Please read more about sample rate here.

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