This came up in another thread,and instead of hijacking that one, I though I'd start a new one. Clipping occurs when the amp is driven beyond its capabilities and sends out a distorted waveform. You can definitely take out a speaker this way, but what about a headphone? The consensus on the other thread seemed to be that you can't damage a headphone's driver if this happens. But it would seem to me that it would be possible. After all, the driver is still a dynamic transducer, a miniature loudspeaker basically, so would the same process not apply?