Some Mat questions (car)

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Ronin, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. Ronin

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    what kind of mat helps keep the most bass on the inside of the car? damping mats? or perhaps a foam/barrier composite?

    i was thinking of getting some foam/barrier style matting to help quiet the inside of my cabin all the more what brand do you guys prefer/find works best? luxury liner, or maybe dynamat brand liners such as dynapad/extremeliner, etc?
     
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    the only experience i've had is with the dynamat line (original, premium, extreme) and tsunami. never used the other stuff, but i've heard the tacmat is really good.
     
  4. Ronin

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    got some tacmat already

    i just want to make sure i have all the bases covered

    i was thinking of dynapading the trunk to help reinforce it for bass enclosing purposes. :dunno:
     
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    I recommend SecondSkin, it is superior in acoustical dampening properties as well as heat tolerance. ANT, the owner... is an amazing guy... and will do everything in his power to help you. He knows the most about his work... more than anyone I've talked to (Near a dozen reps/owners...).

    Visit www.secondskinaudio.com, join the forum... get 20% off your order :).
     
  6. Ronin

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    ive already got 140+sq ft of matting not counting some tacmat and liquid and whatnot im talking strictly thick beefy style matting here
     
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    Ah, i c.

    I'd still stick with SecondSkin ;)
     
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    raammat works well, dynamat and dynaliner is a great combo too.
     

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