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Posted by EclpzLvr97, Nov 6, 2002
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www.b-quiet.com They make stuff just as good, if not better.
Ummm, that's not exactly how it works. Any sound damper makes the surface you apply it to more dense. It slows the sound waves down, preventing vibration. Can't say I've heard many cases of "rattling wires".:laugh: It's well worth it if you're planning on competing or are just looking for top-notch audio performance, it's a must have for SQ. Many cases, with only the addition of sound damper, I have seen systems gain 2+dBs. In the audio world, that is quite signifigant. You have to know what you're doing, and use alot of it though.
I would say it took me about 6hours to complete but was well spent time and money.
And also, I dont have the whole 9 goin on...no amps, subs, etc... just Infinity speakers. And the main rattling problem (when it does rattle on certain bass notes) is in the front.
So, should I get this done to all speakers or just the problem ones? And, since my car isn't completely hooked up w/subs and whatnot, what kind of damper should I get? Thanks a lot guys.
Properly installed, the stuff is amazing.