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Old 31st August 2006, 16:49   #31
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The pricing is almost same for most brands except Dynamat Extreme I think!
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Old 31st August 2006, 23:42   #32
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The pricing is almost same for most brands except Dynamat Extreme I think!
Ok Zak... more or less the same price for fonomat VS wurth...

At the time of your purchase
*What size do the wurth sheets come in ?? (b&t mentioned roughly 3ft * 1.5ft)
*Cost per sheet ?

Then we can make a comparison.

As mentioned earlier fonomat sheets are available in 10"x10" @ INR 220/-
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Old 1st September 2006, 00:03   #33
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I remember EVO6 mentioning some material which is used for damping, i think it was Cross link foam if i'm not mistaken.. probably the gurus can shed some light on this.. and if im correct he said it was easily available, cheap and it does a pretty decent job..

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I remember EVO6 mentioning some material which is used for damping, i think it was Cross link foam if i'm not mistaken.. probably the gurus can shed some light on this.. and if im correct he said it was easily available, cheap and it does a pretty decent job..

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Yes! true to a certain point.
Those are good for stopping vibrations, jarrings etc.. But it wont work good as for sound deadening\damping. Road noise will filter through and your music will be leaking out too.
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zak chetta you skipped my post!!!!

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I remember EVO6 mentioning some material which is used for damping, i think it was Cross link foam
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Yes! true to a certain point.
Those are good for stopping vibrations, jarrings etc.. But it wont work good as for sound deadening\damping. Road noise will filter through and your music will be leaking out too.
More info on this please... I tried searching the ICE section...

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Old 20th March 2007, 10:57   #36
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VFM Damping product ?

Hi folks,
I accidentally bumped in to this page where it says secondskin audio damping products fare better than other damping products I am a newbie and i have heard only about dynamat's and wruth.

Link to the article.
Sound Deadener Showdown

conculusion page here
Sound Deadener Showdown

Was wondering any body has real world experiences with this ? Was planning for some damping (a friend of mine coming from US..)

Thanks in advance..

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Hi folks,
I accidentally bumped in to this page where it says secondskin audio damping products fare better than other damping products I am a newbie and i have heard only about dynamat's and wruth. Was wondering any body has real world experiences with this ? Was planning for some damping (a friend of mine coming from US..)..
Of what I have seen Dynamat Extreme is good. I have not tried Wurth or Fonomat and the regualr Dynamat is not much help.

I would love to see a cheaper but just as effective product than Extreme.
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Old 20th March 2007, 12:48   #38
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I use Fonomat in my car and it does the job pretty well. I've sat in a car that had WURTH damping, and that did the job well too.

That was a really nice article! Thanks! Made for good reading.

If you plan to buy from the US, I'd say Dynamat Extreme would be the best choice. It is a little expensive, but it will definitely get the job done properly.

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yes i guess dynamat extreme should be a safe bet...The article was quite interesting for sure...thanks to google...
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Guys what bout "FATMAT" and "edead" ???
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there are many damping products....buy that one which one can find easliy...or which one is the cheapest......
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LBM bhai how is edead ??? it sells for about 1$ per foot
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LBM bhai how is edead ??? it sells for about 1$ per foot

like I said before these damping sheets majorly the same stuff...expect the few like dynamat extreme....so if you find them cheap and easily avalable then get it.....

anyways any link of edead.....
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whatever u buy, be sure its 80 mils and not 50 mils.
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whatever u buy, be sure its 80 mils and not 50 mils.
50 mils is equal to 50 thou...and 1 thou is 1000 th of a inch it means that 1 thou = 25.4/1000=0.0254 mm...

50 mils = 50 thou = 1.27 mm
80 mils = 80 thou = 2.032 mm

so the sheet thicker than 2 mm is fine....
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