• Eliminates Road Noise
• 2.3mm (90.55mil) thick for better performance
• Quiets Vibrations
• Stops Rattles
• Increases SPL
• Reduces Heat
• Simple To Install
• Easy To Form Aluminum
• Four Step Peel and Stick Installation
• Four 18" x 32" Piece
Sound dampening material is key to reducing the rattles and shakes in your car. It effectively reduces the amount of road noise that is let in through the thin panels of your vehicle. It also lessens vibrations that are created by playing music through your speakers. It works by adding weight to the desired panel, which lowers the resonating frequency. You will notice by adding this material to your car, your sound system will likely get noticeably louder. If you have subwoofers, this is the perfect kit for your vehicle.
NVX is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sound dampening material, and is up to 30% thicker than the other brands. Don't pay ridiculous amounts of money to kill those rattles, when you can get everything you need from NVX for a fraction of the price. With the SDVK4 dampening material, you will notice a higher quality sound from your system as well as a drastic reduction of road noise. With 4 square feet of material, you will have enough to cover all of those problem areas that have been bothering you for so long!
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Sound damping can be a very beneficial accessory to reduce noise and vibration. To take full advantage of this soundproofing, read these instructions carefully and follow them till the end. It’s important to familiarize yourself with all the details to install the sound damping correctly. Incorrect installation will result in less than desirable results.
The first step is to decide which location in your car you want to insulate. These locations include the floorboards, roof, door panels, trunk or firewall. We recommend soundproofing all metal surfaces for maximum sound deadening performance. Next, refer to your vehicle’s service manual for information on how to dismantle the trimming panels. Be careful when removing the panels to avoid breaking the fixing clips.
Once the trimming is dismantled, remove the remainder of the factory insulation if it is damaged. If it is still intact, there is no need to permanently remove it. Next, you need to properly clean, dry and degrease the prospective surface. Sound deadening won't adhere properly if applied to a wet or dirty surface. Use a metal surface cleaner or degreaser along with a dry, clean rag. Make sure to use gloves and apply the degreaser in a well-ventilated space.
For this step, measure the prospective surface you are going to treat. To make things easier, make a template of the appropriate size on a large sheet of paper and then transfer it to the damping material. That will make it easier to install it more accurately and avoid wasting material. Use a utility knife to cut the desired shape and size. Be careful and use gloves to protect your hands.
Place a sheet of sound damping to the surface without removing the protective film. If it covers the surface properly, you are ready to install it. Gradually remove the protective paper film as you apply it to the surface for better adhesion. Once on the surface, press it down firmly until it is set in place. Flatten it with your hands to avoid unnecessary air bubbles. Use a rolling tool like the NVX SDRLR1 to press the mat down to the metal surface. Go across the entire surface with the roller to ensure that the sheet is installed properly.
Once all sound deadening is in place, simply reinstall all trim pieces and carpet back to its original placement. Now you are ready to enjoy higher sound quality with fewer vibrations.
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February 8, 2014
Everybit as good as the more well known products
This came free with a bundled purchase,.. and I also purchased some Rattletrap Extreme as this wasn't enough for the car. I was expecting this to be mostly unusable due to the Name.
I was wrong.. it was every bit as good in thickness and adhesion as the more expensive brand I had bought. So if you can get this cheaper than other Sound material,.. go for it.
November 10, 2014
Good product, not the easiest
Used a few sqft of this material, along with the equivalent from Streetwires (PartsExpress) and a ton of Peal 'n Seal (Lowe's) for the rest.
I would say that Peal 'n Seal was the easiest to apply, but also the thinnest (an cheapest). So if you are doing some serious job you may want to double or triple the layers.
The NVX material was the thicker of the three I used, and once it's glued it stays soft which is very good. But beware, you will never get it off again. The only thing I would reproach is that the aluminum is quite thick, which makes it hard sometimes to comply with shapes. But it is good to fill in big gaps or openings and add some rigidity.
My preferred material is the Streetwire stuff, which is a bit cheaper. It was thick enough and compliant enough to make it really easy to install and it sticks like crazy while being forgivable if you make a mistake.
September 2, 2013
I USED THIS PRODUCT TO INSULATE THE SHEETMENT AT THE KICKPANELS AND THE FLOOR AREA BEHIND MY REAR SEAT IN MY1972 VW SUPER BEETLE. THIS PRODUCT WORKED OUT GREAT FOR ME, NO VIBRATION, REALLY QUIETED THE ROAD NOISE ALSO. OVERALL A GREAT PRODUCT.
January 28, 2013
This is the first sound dampening material that I've used so far and I have to say that I am quite impressed with the product. I used it to reduce the vibrations generated from my sub at the back of my car. Since then, sound quality has improved considerably. For the price, I strongly recommend this product.
December 5, 2012
Perfect kit foe speaker installs or a single door.
This deadener works wonders for vibration and outside noise. It is thicker than Dynamat and will eliminate that horrible resonance caused by lower frequency notes transferred through sheet metal and rattles in plastic. It also improves sound quality and SPL.
September 1, 2013
Didn't see a difference for my car.
I'm sure this may have different results for different cars. I simply bought this dampening kit to fix the rattle and keep in the sound. I'll give my list of pros and cons. I own a 2000 Honda Civic.
Pros: Installation is very easy. Simply peel and apply. It's recommended to have a roller to get in the cracks (which this kit does not come with). This kit does keep in sound. Outside the car you can barely hear the audio (in terms of actual music, not bass).
Cons: This con is pretty much based on the vehicle I have. The mat did not fix my rattling problem. I placed it everywhere possible in my trunk and I still had constant rattling. Really a disappointment when that's the main reason I bought the mat for.
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• 2.3mm (91mil) thick for better performance
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• Peel and Stick Installation
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