Better late then never :)
Audio Technix 60 mil
Last year I won 10 sq ft of Audio Technix 60 mil, and I promised a review after installation. It took me forever to get to it, but I finally did...
First of all, I used the old style AT 60 to deaden my front doors and trunk last summer, and loved the results. So, when I saw the giveaway thread i jumped on it just like most of the others on this site, lol. I was lucky enough to win a little and went ahead and asked Coleman to add an order to my winnings. He was VERY generous and I ended up with 28 sq ft to work with.
I needed to deaden my rear deck and roof which were vibrating terribly. Using the product is a breeze. It cuts easily with a razor-knife and applies like a dream. I used a generous amount on my roof. About 85% coverage. I cut out a bunch of smaller strips to do my rear deck, and applied to every flat surface. It was an easy process. Nothing complicated to it at all.
Here's pics of the roof, I forgot to take pics of the deck.
As you can see, I used some pieces of microfiber to reinforce it a bit and make sure it wasn't going to vibrate at all. But, for my small system, I'm sure just the AT would have been sufficient. Knocking on the metal I applied it to results in a nice, low-pitched "thunk" compared to the hollow tinny sound it had before. So before I even turned my gear on to test it out, i was sure it was going to at least be better. And after i turned it on and gave it hell, my thoughts were confirmed. Not a rattle to be heard. Sounds rock solid regardless of how loud and at what frequency I'm playing. I love it.
Thanks again, @cthedinger ;! You sell great products and I'll be sure to recommend them for as long as you're selling them whether its AT, CT, Execution, or whatever. You're a good dude and you'll have my business for as long as its around.
SoundQubed 6.5 Pro's DD T2 Tweeters / new 4 Chan coming / new subs coming / DC Audio 5.0K
Singer 310 6 phase 2 runs of Monster Cable 1/0 / Exide g78 AGM under hood and XS D3100 in rear
Plenty of deadener. CCF and fiberglass insulation in doors... thanks to the advice of keep_hope_alive they sound AWESOME! :-)