DIY: How to Soundproof your Vehicle Under $100
I (a previous Audimute Customer) created a short tutorial in how to
soundproof your vehicle using Audimute's 3.2mm Peacemaker sound insulation
material. This is high quality, low cost way to soundproof your vehicle.
Final Cost about $100 to soundproof your trunk, tailgate, and 4 doors.
This is a 1-2 day project, depending on the number of hours you'd like to
put in to it.
Car Sound Proofing Installation
This is a build log of how I added sound deadening to a 1999 Toyota Solara.
Aluminum waterproof roof repair was used to deaden vibrations and carpet
felt was used to block higher frequency road noise. These are budget
materials used in place of Dynamat, Second Skin, peel n seal, or Fat Mat.
The interior was disassembled entirely to get access to the inside of all
the panels. Felt was glued to the inside of the interior panels, and the
aluminum waterproofing was adhered to the inside of the body panels.
The result is a reduction in road noise and rattling when the sound system
is turned up. Wind noise from the frameless windows is now the predominant
sound when driving on the highway. However for an already quiet car, the
amount of effort was probably not worth the hassle of dis-assembly.
BMW e36 M3 step by step sound deadening installation
Showing how to get down to the sheet metal to install dynamat sound
deadening in my 98 bmw m3. I actually used a brand called FatMat which
works well. I've sound proofed my trunk, under the rear seats, side panels
and door panels.
Audio Technix Sound Deadener Before and After Install Video
A before and after test of Audio Technix Sound Deadener. It also shows how
to stop trunk rattle using Audio Technix Deadener. Audio Technix is better
than Dynamat and is only a fourth of the price!
For information on how to order go or get in contact with Audio Technix go
For other questions about the deadener go to:
or email us at Coleman@AudioTechnix.Com