yes you can...
A pair of JTR Orbit shifters in my house (when cut loose) broke the grout in the kitchen (immediately above my home theater room on a wooden subfloor.
The same pair broke a Blu-Ray drive in my computer, broke a HD-DVD drive on my Xbox 360, broken focus alignment and discolored my Epson 8350 projector (I returned it under warranty - it was clearly the sub volume that did this. We loosed some drywall in my room too. All these things happened in the 2012 KC Blind sub meet during some playtime at EXTREME EXTREME EXTREME volume levels. Volume levels that some said controlled their breathing and while I didn't feel that I felt my hair all standing on end (all over my body) and every single last square inch of my clothing vibrating. It was a psycho feeling. SPL levels I've only felt in competition type car audio before. I think structural damage likely begins occurring around the 125 to 130dB range and ramps up quickly from there.
Here are more pictures from that meet
I know my walls will flex pretty hard (audibly) and projector screen bounce pretty good from anything about 105dB and up in the lowest frequencies.
You can hear that here as the frequency drops you hear the room start activating! (even at a conservative 106dB)
My room is only about 2 years old. I redid the drywall and a lot of it is loosened up at this point so that extremely loud music now sounds like crap cause the walls are all buzzing. That's been a slow deterioration based on short spirited 125dB listening sessions, and a quick bulldozer of those JTR Orbit Shifter subs which are just flat out amazing subs --- more capable than any other sub I've ever heard. I have a hard time thinking a single sub like the Rythmik FV15HP would do much damage except in a small room. Let's put it this way - you won't accidentally damage your home without knowing it. You have to really crank on the volume to do damage.
My pair of captivator subs have unstacked cans in the pantry, knocked multiple dishes out of the cupboards, knocked things down, unfocused my projector dozens of times, and loosed drywall as well. Gorilla83's captivator subs unscrewed a lightbulb in his bathroom while we were listening loud in preparation for his recent submeet.
Anyone who has had a pair of subs in a car will surely tell you that subwoofer vibration will loosen up door panels and make everything rattle --- same situation applies. You make things vibrate with enough SPL --- damage will occur.Edited by Archaea - 12/4/12 at 9:58pm