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iPod - Could vibrations from speaker damage iPod?


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I just got my iPod Classic (80GB) and a speaker dock set Philips DC199B. The iPod docks right onto the top of the subwoofer thing, and it obviously vibrates as a result. I can physically feel the iPod vibrating in the dock. Will this damage the iPod at all (specifically the harddrive)?
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well technically it is possible that it may damage your ipod's hdd.but actually they dont get broken that easily.i've been running with my ipod mini for 3 years. it is good,nothing happened to it.

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