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    using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    is it worth it?

    i moved my stereo since it was gonna bust the cheapo single pain window and now the new place rattles a lot can i use second skin and have it go away like in a car?







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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Are the walls made out of steel???



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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxPro5
    Are the walls made out of steel???
    no but the wood resonates [sp]




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    i wouldnt, im pretty sure you stereo room is 4 or 5 times the size of a car at least, thats probably over 1000 dollars just to do it.



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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    There are easier ways around it, like double up the drywall



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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    or egg cartons




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Quote Originally Posted by springy101
    i wouldnt, im pretty sure you stereo room is 4 or 5 times the size of a car at least, thats probably over 1000 dollars just to do it.

    its only really lame in the corner where my alpine is i was thinking of making the corner more solid WITHOUT any construction [sp] hence the second skin idea




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Quote Originally Posted by flakko
    or egg cartons
    i have seen that with egg carton shaped foam but never catons lol




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Have you ever seen the movie Hustle and Flow? Cardboard drink holders FTW!!



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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    probably cheeper to double up the drywall.




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    ok so the floor rattles like all hell do would it do any good to take some p board and drill it under the floors frame ?

    would that stop some nasty sounding junk....

    i find when my sub is on the deck....i can turn it up louder,,,,it wont rattle **** since there is nothing to rattle on my deck....but it makes my neighbours dogs bark like CRAZY....so i gotta fix the house set up more




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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Quote Originally Posted by Crown_amps
    ok so the floor rattles like all hell do would it do any good to take some p board and drill it under the floors frame ?

    would that stop some nasty sounding junk....

    i find when my sub is on the deck....i can turn it up louder,,,,it wont rattle **** since there is nothing to rattle on my deck....but it makes my neighbours dogs bark like CRAZY....so i gotta fix the house set up more

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    Re: using second skin on the walls of my stereo room?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmanpc
    get the egg-carton foamy thingies that you put on top of your matress and staple em to the wall. they're cheap and should help.
    lol thats a good idea but it would look kinda ugly lol why not just double up the drywall would be much easier



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