#1
This is probably a stupid question, I just got Sennheiser 558's and was wondering if plugging them into my guitar amplifier could damage them in anyway, I have a Yamaha THR10X?
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#3
It's actually designed for you to do that, you know.
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#4
yeah, I didn't know if the guitar frequencies could hurt the headphones over time.
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yeah, I didn't know if the guitar frequencies could hurt the headphones over time.



not at all if that were true how are you supposed to listen to guitar based music
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yeah, I didn't know if the guitar frequencies could hurt the headphones over time.

Why would they? Have you ever listened to rock music on your headphones? I mean, it uses guitar and there are also other instruments. So there are guitar frequencies + the frequencies the other insruments play.

And why would the amp have a headphone output if you couldn't use headphones with it?

Just don't crank up the volume. You may blow up the speakers in your headphones and your ears too.

Use common sense.
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Just don't crank up the volume. You may blow up the speakers in your headphones and your ears too.
That is one of the less likely things ever, and 10w wouldn't be near enough.
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