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Question about audio card output levels on a mac

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I have speakers plugged into the headphone jack on a mac, and I would just assume have the volume on the computer turned all the way up so as to reduce the amount of stress on the amplifier built into the speakers.

If I have the volume turned all the way up, will there be any distorting?

The speakers have a volume control of their own.
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