Yup, it happened to me right before my eyes at the dealers show room. The volume has nothing to do with what happened. Somehow, a short occured in the upstream components ( both went out at the same time so you can x out the idea of a speaker wire short!) Even just for a split second, the connection was either shorted or a spike occured and there goes your tweeters. Hopefully, it was a one time spike and you can just replace the tweeters and be done with it. If it was an upstream problem, You need to be carefull to have it fixed before you replace the tweeters or they could just go again. Time for a high end power conditioner just to be safe.
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