Very simply put, no - this is not possible.
However in order to explain why this is the case it will be necessary to delve deeply into topics such as microphone design to a level that will probably exceed the constraints of this text box.
Suffice to say, acoustic microphones can be designed to work across a very wide range of frequencies however it ...
frequencies above what microphone allows
Microphones have a frequency response curve. This is a random example:
The exact shape of the diagram is different for each microphone, but they all have one thing in common: the response will be as close to flat as possible in the range we're usually interested in (20 Hz- 20 kHz for full-range audio microphones), ...
OK you are getting confused between frames as in "SMPTE" frames and audio buffers. The frames you are referring to are actually buffers. They are not 'vision' frames. 25fps refers to vision frames.
44100 samples/second is correct.
1024 samples per 'buffer'. (Note these will be 'stereo' samples - possibly interleaved depending on your input format)