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Old 06-02-2011, 09:22 AM
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Dynomat too expenisve

I need some soundproofing techniques or things other have heard of or done. Dynomat is too damn expensive for me
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

i used b-quiet.com cause I bought 2 leftovers that were priced right.

still not CHEAp but cheaper than dynamat


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get some dynamat part numbers and use google. i scored a under hood pkg for 50% on amazon.
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:48 PM
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

^x2 - With some searching dynamat can be had for pennies more than anything else worth your while. I see people getting creative and using all types of insulation and then using all sorts of different tin reflective type stuff on top. My .02, custom dynamat will never be as good as dynamat simply due its quality and construction as well as ease of application! First hand, I paid $40 to do my front 2 doors and man was it worth it, quieted them down a ton, speakers sound very nice now, no rattles or vibrations and door feels firmer sounds better when you close it, you can just tell what a difference it makes! Id go for it, sound just isnt an area I skimp on personally but there's always a cheaper alternative.
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

search for Fatmat
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

I was looking at Fatmat on amazon. Alot of the reviews people are saying they think it is same quality if not better than dynomat. Do you have any experiance with it pmpn. Thankyou everybody for all the help and input
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

alot of people loved it on the charger, 300c and lxforums

never heard a negative thing about it!

about half the price too right?
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

http://cgi.ebay.com/100-Sq-Ft-Sound-...item4156ecc8a8

about the best price Ive seen on it.......

100 sq ft is alot of deadener!!
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

Ya thats about what they are selling it for on amazon. I think im going to have to shell out and get me some. Ill let you know how it goes
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

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Ya thats about what they are selling it for on amazon. I think im going to have to shell out and get me some. Ill let you know how it goes
Keep us posted! I wish someone could do front/rear or sides in different stuff to get us a real comparison! Maybe grab some dynamt for one door ($20) and do a side in that and then a side in fatmat and then take some video comparos!

It would certainly be a very accurate review and probably be the goto guide for audio installs Just saying, someone eventually needs to do, shame I didnt think of it when I was doing it, ahh well
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

X2 on the Fatmat.. I have used it in about 20 cars and love it!
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Re: Dynomat too expenisve

I just put some second skin in my Jeep...not the cheapest stuff either but cheaper than dynamat and works just as well.
I used b-quiet in my Charger and the only issue I had was in the trunk where a couple seams didn't get sealed at the edges and it melted...ugly gooey mess.
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