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MikeSoundTouch30III
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Jul 17, 2019

Mechanical damage from loudness

Hi,

 

I left SoundTouch 30 III turned on full volume and full bass playing media library when I wasn't in the room for 3-4 hours (almost no neighbors, just played a little with the app, now I know I shouldn't next time), even had problems approaching the speaker in order to turn it off, had to do it through the app, was surprised how loud was it. But now I am curious, could the speaker get damaged? Just the lower right corner from the back side was a bit hot, but could the speaker get some fault that will impair the perfect sound quality I bought it for? I even found some of my stuff on the ground, it's hard to believe that it could stand the mechanical vibrations for such a long time... I might be paranoid, but really like it and it's brand new, so taking care for it more than it needs to be.

 

Michael