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Author Topic: Is the HoustonTracker music good for a good set of speakers?  (Read 756 times)

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Is the HoustonTracker music good for a good set of speakers?
« on: March 29, 2018, 12:53:44 am »
I make music with my TI-84, and I wanted to know if the output is perfectly safe for the speakers on my Samsung home theater. If this is in the wrong spot just move it, OK?


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Should be, just don't set the volume ridiculously loud. Could be wrong, but your speakers probably have seen worse.
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I think compared to many music devices the calculator makes pretty quiet music unless you make it super loud on a computer...
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Ah. Good to know, as the amp for the speakers can go insanely loud... Don't need it any higher than around 10-15.
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