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Old 04-03-2009, 03:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have this stereo: MHC-EC98Pi | Mini Hi-Fi Shelf System MHC-EC98Pi | Sony | SonyStyle USA

Is it ok if I have the two speakers sitting right next to my laptop? Just wanna know if it'll do any damage to anything.
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It's unlikely to damage anything, vibration could be a problem but it's unlikely. Wouldn't trust a 360 next to 'em tho :P
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Cool, thanks for the reply. I've heard they can mess with CRTs, but I haven't heard anything about LCDs/laptops. I also just moved my guitar amp head near my computer as well...is that likely to do anything?
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All that is between my CRT and my sub is a thin sheet of plywood, i.e. my desk Never had any problems.
I dunno about the guitar amp.
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The magnet won't do anything to an LCD monitor/screen
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