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    Sound deadening question.

    What exactly are the inner and outer panels? I have read the tutorial, and I just need to know those terms. Is the outer the actual door, the metal? And is the inner the plastic part that clips onto the metal?



    Edit:... nevermind, I think I got it. The outer is the one that the speaker is mounted in, and the inner is the part where my door handle (on the inside) is?




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    I know I said nevermind... but some confirmation wouldn't hurt!




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    the inner panels are the insides of your door panel. there is the actually door and then there is the inside of the panel.



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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Quote Originally Posted by muddinxj
    the inner panels are the insides of your door panel. there is the actually door and then there is the inside of the panel.

    Ok... in the sound deadening tutorial, it mentions Inner and Outer Panels. If I am understanding right, the Outer Panel is the panel with the speaker cut out. The Inner Panel is the panel that you take off of the door to work on your speakers. Is this correct?




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Yep.




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    no... inner door is the inside of the outer door, u know the part where u can touch from the outside.
    outer is where the speaker is mounted



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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    no. The door panel is the panel they are talking about. You take off your door panel and coat/lay out the deadner you are using on the inside of the door panel. then you also coat/lay out the deander on the actually door



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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Thank you! That's what I was looking for. So to eliminate most of my rattling problems, I need to concentrate on the panel that the speaker is mounted in? My rear midbass speakers sound like *** because the panel they are on rattles like crazy.




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    I always thought when they talk about inner/outer door they mean the inside of the door panel, and the metal part where the speaker is mounted...




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Quote Originally Posted by PRIVATEpastry
    I always thought when they talk about inner/outer door they mean the inside of the door panel, and the metal part where the speaker is mounted...

    Honestly... that's what I always thought. I don't really understand putting weight on the metal door... it doesn't rattle. The panel where the speaker is mounted rattles, and the door panel that I take off rattles.




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    So uh... who is right?




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    the inner panel is the part behind the speaker and the outer is where the speaker mounts. you want to deaden the inner panel to kill the backwaves from the speaker, and it does rattle from the outside. the door panel is called the door panel.




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Yeah and also if you think about it, where is the wind hitting your car on the freeway? It's not hitting your plastic door panel its hitting the outside of the door itself. So by sound deadening the inside panel (panel BEHIND the speaker) you would not only kill the backwaves from the speaker but you would reduce roadnoise because the metal wouldn't be able to vibrate as easily from the wind.




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    How do you go about deadening inside there?




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    Re: Sound deadening question.

    Well you would cut some sound deadener (Dynamat... Tsunami... etc.) in shapes small enough to fit through the speaker hole... then stick your arm up in the door and go to town with a roller.
    Tip: This doesn't work too well with the window rolled down.




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