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    Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Has anyone here experimenting with using alternative (cheap) sound deadening material, such as peel and seal, frost king, u-seal, etc?

    I do have several square feet of Dynamat, but I just can’t see how this stuff would not be great additional back up...


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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Don't do it...



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    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by Popwarhomie View Post
    Don't do it...
    What are the cons of using this stuff?


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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Other than perhaps not being ideal to mounting in a vehicle, From a physics perspective, this is massloading just like any other material would be as far as decreasing resonance/vibration.


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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by HardcoreBob View Post
    Other than perhaps not being ideal to mounting in a vehicle, From a physics perspective, this is massloading just like any other material would be as far as decreasing resonance/vibration.


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    i have a roll something like that., it's on back of my trunk lid., it's coming loose.. also they say when it gets hot it melt runs down and makes a mess.. gp audio stfu mat is expensive but 250 mil thick and goes on easy as he1l and stays.. theres a pic of trunk lid in my gallery has silver stuff u talking about in middle and good stuff on either side, gonna get 3 more sheets stfu someday..



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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by HardcoreBob View Post
    What are the cons of using this stuff?


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    It stinks, It doesn't stick, the foil is to thin, it *****. Trust me I tried this stuff like 9 years ago when it got popular.. Not worth it one bit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by Popwarhomie View Post
    It stinks, It doesn't stick, the foil is to thin, it *****. Trust me I tried this stuff like 9 years ago when it got popular.. Not worth it one bit.
    did you see my fatmat post? how is that stuff? I ordered a 5 sq ft package with a roller and cutter just to see if it helps at all



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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Peal and seal is garbage. Im not a huge fan of fatmat either.

    Cheapest id use is nvx or roadkill



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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by youdoofus View Post
    did you see my fatmat post? how is that stuff? I ordered a 5 sq ft package with a roller and cutter just to see if it helps at all
    I did not. I think Stinger Roadkill is the best bang for buck. My buddy swears by the NVX deadener as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    I have reconsidered my thoughts and it is worth waiting to do this properly with the best available so I will be going with the 250mil GP Car Audio deadener




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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by Falco78 View Post
    I have reconsidered my thoughts and it is worth waiting to do this properly with the best available so I will be going with the 250mil GP Car Audio deadener
    Good idea!
    I was in your shoes a few moths ago when I was planning this build, I watched some YouTube vid and came to the conclusion that it wasn't worth the trouble to go cheap, and who wants their ride to smell like roofing tar?

    I ordered the suv kit of sound mat when I bought my amp and subs from soundqubed. (I decided to not be cheap)
    I've done the doors so far and it's .......just WOW!!!! 100% improvement. Door speakers sound a lot better, Think I picked up more volume, and ride noise is down.

    I'll do the rest of my truck on warm days when I have extra time.
    Cost more than I wanted to spend but it is totally worth it and if I have a next build the sound mat will be part of build from the start.



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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    I used noico its 80mil , no smell, no mess, sticks, *survived yexas heat
    its not 250mil by no means but does the trick




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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by Falco78 View Post
    I have reconsidered my thoughts and it is worth waiting to do this properly with the best available so I will be going with the 250mil GP Car Audio deadener
    it's very good, just heat it a little and it goes right up and conforms well..



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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Quote Originally Posted by HardcoreBob View Post
    Other than perhaps not being ideal to mounting in a vehicle, From a physics perspective, this is massloading just like any other material would be as far as decreasing resonance/vibration.


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    the correct answer




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    Re: Sound Dampening “alternatives”

    Even the seeming “proponents” of the cheap hardware store material, tend to agree...

    The cheap stuff takes so many layers and so much labor, that premium material is the best choice in the end.


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