Does higher volume = more current flow = shorter Amp burn-in?
Nov 11, 2008 at 4:50 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 1

flargosa

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Does higher volume = more current flow = shorter burn-in? What do you guys think? Any electricians out there? Some people in here have said that all that matter is that there is current flowing through the amp, but would more current flow mean faster burn-in? It seems to make sense to me, more voltage equals more chemical/physical reaction, but I have no knowledge in this area. Anybody?
 

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