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    is sound deadening material worth it?

    i have a 98 maxima and i can guarentee that it will rattle on the outside when i put a system in it. i was planing on buying a dynomat bulk kit and add dynomat to the floor, doors, and entire trunk. will that make a big enough difference to make the car not sound like a piece of **** on the outside or is it a waste of money?







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    Re: is sound deadening material worth it?

    Dynamat is a waste of money. There are cheaper, and better brands out there. You can look into Damplifier, Sound Deadener Showdown, and Audiowrap for better, and cheaper products. I personally use Audio Wrap because it is very reasonably priced, easy to work with, and an all around good product.



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    Re: is sound deadening material worth it?

    Cld tiles from sound deadener showdown worked great for my vibrations and rattles and are cheap



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    Re: is sound deadening material worth it?

    I use Second Skin Damp Pro and their CLD tiles when they had them. Top notch stuff. You get what you pay for.



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    Re: is sound deadening material worth it?

    Quote Originally Posted by whitedragon551 View Post
    I use Second Skin Damp Pro and their CLD tiles when they had them. Top notch stuff. You get what you pay for.
    No necessarily.. Dynamat is a good example of that..



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