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Old 11-24-2007, 08:07 PM
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Sound deadening Damplifier Pro

So, I want to add some more Dynamat to my F150 doors, but this stuff is expensive. A friend who's into hot rodding tells me to check out this store in Fonthill, called "Wheel Class" who supplies to all the hot rodders. They use the deadener for noise and heat in their cars. Anyway, he sells Damplifier Pro, and Overkill line. This stuff is better than Dynamat and way cheaper. I don't know where else you can buy this but Paul ( the owner ) says he ships the stuff all the time. Just a heads up if your deadening your car.
His web site is www.wheelclass.ca. It cost me about half of what it would have with Dynamat.
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Old 11-24-2007, 08:17 PM
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I've used http://www.b-quiet.com/extreme.html

And at $90 for 50 sq feet, I was very happy with the product, and will buy more.
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the manufacturer of damplifier pro is Second skin audio...they have a website, http://www.secondskinaudio.com they sell the stuff for $300 for 80 square feet, how much does this guy sell it for?
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Yeah, Dynamat is a good product, but way overpriced IMO. Damplifier pro got top honors in the "Sound deadening showdown" where they compared a lot of these products. I found the DP to stick very well, even in cooler temperatures. Adding extra deadener, ( three layers on both the outer and inner doorskins) followed by Overkill Pro closed cell foam, made a huge difference in midbass depth, and clarity. I just found that most shops carried the Dynamat and there wasn't much choice.
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yes that doesn't answer my question at all
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Sound deadening.

Don't get your panties in a knot. I was responding to the previous poster. Your post wasn't there when I posted.
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I wasn't posting for Dynamat I was posting for bquiet.

And answer the question
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Don't get your panties in a knot. I was responding to the previous poster. Your post wasn't there when I posted.
lol so very helpful thankyou. I was just wondering what the price you got was as I am from Pelham and so if its cheap I would obviously just buy it there
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Sound deadening.

Canadian Bronco, yeah I know you were posting for B Quiet, I was just making the observation that Dynamat was overpriced and we both had alternatives.
Shocking Canada, I'm always rude to people from Pelham LOL. I'm from Welland, so I have issues. Sorry, meant no offense. Anyway I bought like 12 square feet at a time, and was roughly 70 dollars, as close as I remember. Wheelclass is on 1400 Pelham St. so if your in the area drop by and see Paul, nice guy to deal with and he can give you accurate prices. I just remember comparing prices to ESM in St Cath, and it was roughly double.
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