Does it matter what type of monitor you have if you want to get a sound input out of C++?
I recently downloaded 2010 to be able to work on homework over break. We are doing a project with Beeps, and i transeferred my work to my computer. But when I ran it, It came out like a short, thudding sound on my monitor speakers, and it ran right through it without pausing. Will I need a new monitor to work with Beeps?

Many Thanks.

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If you're referring to the Beep function in windows.h, the quality of the sound system and speakers can make a difference between computers. Lower frequencies may not work well, and just where you lose the high frequencies will also be very system dependent.

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If you're referring to the Beep function in windows.h, the quality of the sound system and speakers can make a difference between computers. Lower frequencies may not work well, and just where you lose the high frequencies will also be very system dependent.

The quality of your speakers will affect the sound, obviously. In my experience, any speakers built into a monitor are best disabled as they suck many asses.

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