Hello, i have recently got logitech z906 5.1 speakers for my new PC and few weeks later as i was moving stuff around i temporarly set rear speakers on bookshelf speaker stands that are little bit shorter than avrage PC desk and while i was moving some stuff i accidentally pushed one rear satellite speaker off the stand and it fell on the floor, only visible damage is small scrach on THX logo one one scrach on the scew (talking about this screw here ATTACHMENT) because there was something small metal on the floor where it fell on carpet.
Now im afraid that because of that fall magnet might have some cracks or might partially detached or slightly shifted, so far i havent noticed anything unusual or any noticalbe change in audio quality so my question is, if magnet shifted even slightly from fall would the difference be noticable and is there any way to confirm if magnet shifted, cracked or detached partially without opening it up, would it change the sound enough to confirm if its damaged?
I know that probably nothing happened since i didnt notice any distortion or noticable difference (my hearing isnt perfect but i dont notice any difference so far) but my OCD is killing me and i really need to know if magnet shifting even slightly would make a noticable difference, im afraid that maybe it made some difference but not enough for me to notice and now my OCD is killing me, if i cant find out for sure if there is any damage done i will probably end up just buying new set just to get rid of frustration that my OCD is causing me now
I know this forum is mostly about high end speakers and custom builds and im know z906 are far fom super high quality audiophile speakers but i like them and they are more than enough for ocassionaly playing music on my pc or when i have some friends over so we can play videogames without headset so if anyone can answer my question and adress my my concern about this it would be great
Thanks in advance