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Edited by AquarianPython - 2/19/17 at 12:52am
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Hi AquarianPython, welcome to Head-Fi.  :smile:  Don't worry, your headphones will be fine.


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Thanks! I appreciate the response, put me at ease. :smile_phones:

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Welcome!  :smile:  Happy listening!


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Liquid Lightning headphone amplifiers... and the upcoming Liquid Spark!

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I would guess the speaker out would be line-level and the headphone out wouldn't.

Either way, as long as you had a volume that wasn't causing you pain the headphones will be fine.

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Nah, no worries.  I checked the manual he posted, and it turns out the green "speaker" out is the headphone out.  And, to the best of my recollection, the [onboard?] sound card didn't have a line out.


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Liquid Lightning headphone amplifiers... and the upcoming Liquid Spark!

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Your headphones aren't damaged unless something like this happens to them :evil:

 

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