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3401669 No.3401669 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Weird question maybe, I just got some kickass 70's speakers and an amp from a friend of family who's retiring to Florida and doesn't want them anymore. Maybe it's a strange question but I'm still wondering. Is it possible to damage games or hardware (from any period) if it sits next to or on top of these speakers? Just wanna make sure I'm not gonna screw up my game systems. The most I could figure would be screen damage but they aren't close to my TV.

>> No.3401674

No

Next?

>> No.3401694

>>3401674
hmmm....boxers or briefs?

>> No.3401705

>>3401694
Trunks

>> No.3401714

They'll fuck up floppies and tapes.
Possibly hard drives if you do stupid shit.

>> No.3401715

>>3401705
Well then, Pepsi or Coke? No Dr. Pepper.

>> No.3401893

>>3401669
Just avoid using hardware sensitive to magnetic fields, I.E. floppies.
I don't think standard consoles would be bothered.

>> No.3401897

>>3401705
Trunks are the least sexiest underwear available.

Briefs (if you're skinny) > Boxer briefs >Trunks

>> No.3401943

>>3401897
>least sexiest (sic)
I guess you forgot where you are m8

Never mind, >>>/fit/ is right over there for all your male underwear fetishising desires...

>> No.3401961

>>3401669
post speakers and amp

>> No.3402181

>>3401669

THey'll shake them good. That won't damage them but could make games fail, like old N64 carts in the slot are sometimes VERY sensitive to shakes or the game freezes because temporarely lost contact.
So it could ruin some games by making them crash.

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