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Old 01-18-2013, 04:05 AM
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Re: DIY: Sound deadening Door panel⇔Door panel lining overlap

^ yea hard to tell other than the front having a slight higher pitch/sound? or it be due to the distance idk.

Record the sound inside the car. maybe it'll be different.
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Re: DIY: Sound deadening Door panel⇔Door panel lining overlap

gonna be attempting this soon
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Re: DIY: ( Added 1 more DIY) Sound deadening Door panels & linings

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^ yea hard to tell other than the front having a slight higher pitch/sound? or it be due to the distance idk.

Record the sound inside the car. maybe it'll be different.
My 2-yr-old smart phone is pretty pathetic...

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That's cool. Good luck & have fun.


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Updated OP by adding "'DIY: Sound deadening door panels w/ Dynamat Extreme".

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Re: DIY: (Added 1 more DIY) Sound deadening Door panels & linings

Mad props for coming up with such a easy, simple solution to help deaden sound. You just gave me a really good idea! I need to deaden my map light. My bass always vibrates the screws loose, make the whole housing rattle.
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Re: DIY: (Added 1 more DIY) Sound deadening Door panels & linings

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Mad props for coming up with such a easy, simple solution to help deaden sound. You just gave me a really good idea! I need to deaden my map light. My bass always vibrates the screws loose, make the whole housing rattle.
Thanks, man. I always wanted to get some steaky felt sheets. I know there are many kinds of felt tapes online, but it's hard to get the ones in sheet-sized. Actually, props to Michael's lol.
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Re: DIY: (1/20/2013 Big Additional DIY) Sound deadening Door panels & linings

Have you noticed road noise decrease as well? That would be my sole purpose of doing it it I chose to do so.
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Re: DIY: (1/20/2013 Big Additional DIY) Sound deadening Door panels & linings

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Have you noticed road noise decrease as well? That would be my sole purpose of doing it it I chose to do so.
You're talking about the phase II of this DIY right? Honestly, I can't tell the BIG difference in quietness. However I'm sure they're somewhat being effective, because the panels are completely covered with a thick material, rather than stock thin plastic wet-proof sheets, which was only covered partially.

If you're thinking about making your doors quiet down from the road noise, I would recommend you apply some "Dynaliners" between your door linings & door panels. You can get more info at:

http://www.dynamat.com/products_car_...dynaliner.html

They're water proof & excellent for insulational purpose, too.
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Re: DIY: (1/25/2013 More Pics Added) Sound deadening Door panels & linin

More pics added on Phase II.
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Re: DIY: (2/16/2013 Added Phase III.) Sound deadening door panels & linings

Bump for adding the DIY Phase III. on OP. (The completion of this DIY.)
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Re: DIY: (2/16/2013 Added Phase III.) Sound deadening door panels & linings

Great effort
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