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Speaker Fatigue Headphone Amps
Old 23rd August 2007
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Speaker Fatigue

Is it possible after years of use that your monitors become fatigued ? Ive noticed that my Kevlar on my KRKs are moving a great deal, in months/years past this was not happening, is it possible that something in the speaker or Kevlar gives away.
Old 23rd August 2007
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Mybe your hearing's going and you're just monitoring louder.
Old 23rd August 2007
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Maybe the music you are mixing is different - lots of sub bass???
Old 23rd August 2007
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Thanks, i never run my monitor volume over a certain level, and no im not mixing something different as in levels with super lows, my Kevlar flex/moves more than it use to. I can remember pushing those guys hard and still could not get them to move much and now they do.
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