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keep_hope_alive on a Podcast about acoustics in cars

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I did a podcast with Everyday Audios talking about car audio, acoustics, deadening, absorption, MLV, and whatever else we felt like.





2014 Accord Sport build log:

My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkYUo2EShW9lgtrfXiDvLNQ/videos

My 1966 MGB Restoration: http://www.mgexp.com/journal/keephopealive

A podcast interview with me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XoeNahvF3s&t=3095s2016caraudiologos (2).jpg



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