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A/V Will it damage my screen ?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mUrml, 3 Oct 2005.

  1. mUrml

    mUrml What's a Dremel?

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    When I play (really) loud and with lots 'n lots 'n lots of bass :rock:, my screen tends to blurr (shakes a little, not much, but enough to notice) when the bass really kicks. If you know what I mean. I'm just wondering, will that damage the screen permanently ?
     
  2. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    I'd imagine it means your sub is a shade too close to your monitor. I doubt it would damage it permanently but might mean you need to degauss a bit more than normal.
     
  3. mUrml

    mUrml What's a Dremel?

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    Well the speakers are around 3.5 meters away from the screen, in the opposite of the room (a little room yea... Living in a dorm).

    Degaussin' isn't a problem :p
     
  4. DivineSin

    DivineSin What's a Dremel?

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    Naw, it isnt a problem, my friends sub does the same thing (He has a 1grand+ setup in a tiny room). All that air has to go somewhere and i think its either caused by two things. Its either the bass vibrating the interals of your monitor or the sub/speakers are sucking alot of electricity at there loudest levels. I love his room, everything the bass hits, his lights dim. ^_^
     
  5. ab1385

    ab1385 What's a Dremel?

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    ROFL - I'd hate to be in a dorm with you! :p
     
  6. mUrml

    mUrml What's a Dremel?

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    Well yea, I guess the other people do in fact hate me :p
     

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