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Originally Posted by commsysman
Getting a larger amplifier will make it easier and quicker to damage your speakers.
Maybe you should just realize that those speakers are limited in how much volume they can put out without damaging them.
Turn down the volume or get some speakers capable of the sound levels you seem to be pushing for.
Can you explain how "getting a larger amp will make it easier and quicker to damage your speakers"? I'm thinking just the opposite.
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