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Can vibration damage my hdd?

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I have 2 800watts speakers next to my computer case which are on for more than 4 hours daily at high volume so everything here gets really shaky.
Can long time exposure to high music vibration damage my hdd?
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Doubt it. Those things are designed for bigger shocks then that.
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Can you hear me now? Lol. No vibration will not cause any harm to hard drives.
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Doubt it. Those things are designed for bigger shocks then that.
OK thanks for your responces and no I CAN'T HEAR YOU BUT I CAN READ YOUR WRITING .
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