iMac speakers damged after loud clipping!?

Discussion in 'iMac' started by Samurai Shampoo, May 5, 2018.

  1. Samurai Shampoo macrumors member

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    How are you guys doing?

    I recently watched a YouTube video that had music playing in the background.
    The music was quiet at first but in one scene it was extremely loud and distorted.

    Even tho I had the volume on the lowest setting on my mac it was so loud that i had to mute the video.

    I fear that my speakers got damaged because of that video. I have pretty good ears and now when I listen to music I feel like some high frequencies are annoying me. For example the hi hats on some songs seem to ˋstab´.

    Now, I hope Im just paranoid and the mac speakers are okay but is there a chance that a YouTube video damages imac speakers?
    I read that youtube normalizes audio to prevent distortion but I downloaded some videos, pulled them into a DAW and saw that they were clipping.

    Too Long, Didn’t Read: Can clipping / distortion damage iMac speakers?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Mikael H macrumors 6502a

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    Link to the vid you were listening to? I wanna trash my speakers too at their lowest setting...

    (In other words: Did something break? Possibly. Will anybody believe an outlandish claim aimed at making it look like it was totally not your fault? No.)
     
  3. Phil in ocala Suspended

    Phil in ocala

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    By a few Bluetooth speakers on ebay...from China like I did...when they don't connect to the mac...you just Trash them simple.
     

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