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    Will Deadener Stop Me From FEELING the Music?

    I was going to get some deadener...a LOT of it, but then I thought. "This stuff is supposed to stop vibration and rattling" and I hate the rattling to all hell but I love feeling the vibration to the music whereever I touch the car, like if I have my arm up on the door when I drive I can feel all the vibrations to the beat through my arm etc... Will Deadening stop this from happening? If it does, I can live with the rattles but I can't without feeling the music.



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    No it just blocks all vibrations from exiting the car, and keeps them in. If anything, you will have MORE vibration on the inside of the car because the sound is blocked in. You stereo should also get louder because sound is trapped in.



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    theoretically it should make your SQ and SPL better




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    Originally posted by nswartley
    theoretically it should make your SQ and SPL better
    SQ yes...SPL depends



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    Originally posted by RangerMan
    SQ yes...SPL depends
    notice i said theoretically: if there is nothing vibrating, than that bass energy that was being used to make the part vibrate will not be transferred to that part, but instead it will just be there and increase your spl. its probably not noticeable




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    Originally posted by nswartley
    notice i said theoretically: if there is nothing vibrating, than that bass energy that was being used to make the part vibrate will not be transferred to that part, but instead it will just be there and increase your spl. its probably not noticeable
    Oh yeah, I saw you said theoritically...I was just explaining to the post starter why it was theoritically



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    Originally posted by nswartley
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    Congratulations on purchasing Second Skin Sound Damplifier, the finest sound-damping material available. Whether you are restoring a classic muscle car, or installing a mind blowing sound system, Second Skin Sound Damplifier will help you achieve the highest level of vibration reduction possible.

    Second Skin works by absorbing nasty panel vibrations, and turning them in to low level heat. Adding a layer of Second Skin Sound Damplifier to your cars surface will not only help stop those annoying vibrations, but it will help create a quieter ride by reducing the road noise. Common problem places on any car are: Trunk lid, trunk floor, rear deck, inner skin door panels, outer skin door panels, under wheel wells, firewall, ceiling, and all plastic pieces.

    There are 2 main types of sound damping materials available. Mass loading and barrier loading. Second Skin Sound Damplifier is a mass loading damping product. Mass loaders add weight to the panels of your car, and absorb the brunt of vibrations, decreasing rattles and panel flexing. While barrier loading absorb sound waves and decrease. A combination of mass and barrier loading is the most effective way to dampen any car.

    SPL competitors across the world have been using mass-loading products for years to decrease panel flexing, and increase sound pressure levels. Installing Second Skin Sound Damplifier can decrease cabin noise by as much as 3 decibels! It takes a 3-db gain for the human ear to detect an audible difference in the sound volume. Adding 3-db of sound, or reducing 3-db of unwanted noise is the equivalent of doubling the output of your amplifiers. Every time you double the output of your amplifier or double the amount of speakers you have, theoretically you get a 3-db gain.
    In other words, Second Skin Sound Damplifier will help make your music twice as loud in your car.

    Thats the sheet that came with my Second Skin. I think it explains it fairly well.

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    its on the website www.secondskin.grabandgobig.com ...i hope you didnt type that all up steve




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    Yeah I had it typed up before the web site was up a while ago.

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