I went with Fat Mat which I got on eBay and found it very easy to work with
and it's been very effective in all the places I put it. It's also a
fraction of the cost of Dynamat. You can see pictures of where I used it on
my site Unfortunatley I've also heard that it's in short supply so you might
want to check their web site and call them before ordering. Someone on the
List just did a post about another simialr product that they used.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2007 6:37 PM
Subject: [TR] dynamat
> Does anybody have any experience with Dynamat? I'm thinking about
> trying to use some soundproofing in a few areas of my TR3. It is much
> more expensive than other soundproofing materials. Is it worth the
> extra expense?
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