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Dynamat Dynaliner

One 54" x 32" sheet (1/8" thick)

8 Reviews | 3 questions - 6 answers

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Dynamat Dynaliner

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Dynamat Dynaliner provides high acoustic absorption and excellent thermal insulation for a variety of vehicle applications. You can apply this self-adhesive Dynaliner sheet on top of Dynamat in several locations, such as your car's floor, doors, or roof. Dynaliner increases the efficiency of your vehicle's climate control system, improves stereo imaging by reducing high-frequency reflections, and reduces interior noise levels, especially in the low-frequency range.

Dynamat Dynaliner provides high acoustic absorption and excellent thermal insulation for a variety of vehicle applications. You can apply this self-adhesive Dynaliner sheet on top of Dynamat in several locations, such as your car's floor, doors, or roof. Dynaliner increases the efficiency of your vehicle's climate control system, improves stereo imaging by reducing high-frequency reflections, and reduces interior noise levels, especially in the low-frequency range.

Ultra-lightweight Dynaliner resists damage from oil and water, so you don't have to worry about accidental spills or splashes. Engineers constructed this ultra-lightweight insulator from crush- and tear-resistant material so it'll stand up in the challenging car environment. 1 sheet, 54" x 32" (12 square feet total ). Available in three thicknesses: 1/2", 1/4", and 1/8". Warranty: 60 days.

Used Dynaliner in rear of cab in 99 dodge ram extend cab. Installation was a breeze. I did have to cut it an installed in two halves because original dimension didn't cover the area I needed to cover. But by cutting in half and turning it 90 degrees I was able to cover the area with no problem.

Whitten, Mountain Rest SC

What's in the Box:

  • One 1/8"-thick Dynaliner sheet
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Dynamat Dynaliner Reviews

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8 Reviews

Dynaliner performance

Written by: MrWill from Madison, VA on July 27, 2015

Liked the closed cell structure of the material, like a combination of rubber and vinyl to really help absorb and block incoming noise. I used this product in conjunction with several different strategies and products to lessen the noise inside my '97 Pickup, which had no insulation on the back cab wall, with a much improved reduction in noise. I used carpet padding as well and feel that I Could get similar enough results with it for 10% of the cost. I'm not a "brand guy".

Pros: Good rubber-vinylish combo material, shouldn't mind getting damp. Lightweight, probably less than 2.5lbs

Cons: Expensive for only a 54" x 32" piece of material.

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Written by: Whitten from Mountain Rest SC on February 13, 2015

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Used Dynaliner in rear of cab in 99 dodge ram extend cab. Installation was a breeze. I did have to cut it an installed in two halves because original dimension didn't cover the area I needed to cover. But by cutting in half and turning it 90 degrees I was able to cover the area with no problem.

Pros: Easy to work with. Material is to cut/trim if it needs to be. Attaches to surface being applied on.

Cons: No problems or complaints with Dynaliner

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Written by: DennyG from Batesville, AT on July 15, 2014

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The Dynamat Dynaliner worked well in our show displays. It also worked well for cushioning some sensitive components.

Pros: High quality material.

Cons: A little pricey.

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Written by: Rick W from San Diego, CA on November 18, 2013

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Lots of work to apply but worth it.

Pros: Insulation, sound deadening, apply everywhere

Cons: Lil pricey

Great product

Written by: Derek from Ny on June 22, 2013

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Bought carbon fiber hood and wanted to avoid cutting parts of it to make stock heat shield fit. After shopping around decided to give this a try. Was a bit difficult putting down by myself but eventually got it and not only does it look great it works amazing. After two hour drive in 90 degree weather hood was cool to the touch. A must use product when dealing with aftermarket hoods.

Pros: Flexible and adheres great once laid down

Cons: Difficult to get even set when trying to fit around things like air dam for TMIC.

Easy to use

Written by: GolfEngr1 from Fort Worth, TX on June 17, 2013

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Most people will be familiar with this product. Replaced the complete lining on the rear cab of my truck. Easy to install and conforms well to contours.

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Written by: Glenn from Portland, Oregon on September 7, 2010

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My wife and I installed Dynamat and Dynaliner on our 1952 Chevy Pickup daily driver. Primarily to keep warmer during winter months. Installed on roof above headliner and behind seat and in doors and on floor. It seems to help the sound system too. There are other brands, but have used this before and know I can depend upon good results. And the service from Crutchfield is excellent too. A company we have depended upon before.

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Written by: Erik from Visalia,Ca. on March 15, 2009

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Product performed just like I expected. I covered the doors in my 72 Camaro, before installing rebuilt door panels, and modified speaker enclosures. Used my heat gun to make it conform better to door frame, don't get it too hot, but that should be a no brainer! Haven't finished with stereo install yet, so I can't tell you how much sound it blocks, but I expect it to be a major improvement over old 72 Camaro rattles. Wish it was a little less expensive, I'd do the whole car!!!

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What's in the box?

  • One 1/8"-thick Dynaliner sheet

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Features

Overview: Dynaliner is an ultra-lightweight, closed cell, high performance insulation. It provides acoustic absorption and thermal insulation for a variety of vehicle applications. The dark gray Dynaliner has a self-adhesive backing, with a high-temperature acrylic adhesive, for easy application. This durable, crush and tear-resistant material is not affected by oil and does not absorb water. Dynaliner meets both UL (Underwriters Laboratory) and FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards) flame resistance.

Typical Uses: Dynaliner is used on top of Dynamat in the doors, on the floor (under the carpet), behind the headliner, on the interior firewall, or under the hood. The Dynaliner/Dynamat combo can be used in place of carpet pad. Benefits include noise reduction, improved air conditioner/heater efficiency, and improved imaging (reduced high-frequency reflections).

Installation: Using a razor knife or scissors you can cut Dynaliner to the desired size and shape. Dynaliner is self-adhesive, and should be mounted on a clean surface, free from dust, grease, debris, or moisture. For best results, work evenly from one side to the other, applying even pressure.

Temperature Range: -30° to +200°F (-34°C to 94°C)

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Adding Dynamat sound damping to your car quiets noise and vibration, giving you a quieter ride. This short video presents an overview of what Dynamat is and how it

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Recommendation from Crutchfield advisor and Dynamat Name brand. [ James F.  Mar 28, 2016 ]
Sliding Moon/Sun roof, this can go on the plastic panels the car has and really does a great job at stopping sound and rattles. [ Rob  Dec 13, 2015 ]
Dynamat worked well. Had a special application that needed sound dampening properties, self adhesion, but lightweight. This should work. [ WILLIAM T  Jan 13, 2016 ]

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You can use both but you shouldn't have to. If the primary issue is vibrating surfaces (at specific frequencies; usually when the bass hits), go with the Dynamat. If you need to reduce exterior noise (road, wind, etc.) then go with the Dynaliner. Either product can work for either issue, but they are optimized for the applications I've described. I hope that helps! My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=5 [ Ryan  Apr 29, 2016 ]  Staff
that's a pretty cool father/ son bonding exercise! Anyways, they should have dynamat kits for trunks - i think it's called Extreme. You'll probably want to take out the side carpeting in his trunk and do that too. But likely it's like the dumb stuff like a license plate/ frame that rattles too. I typically put silicone bumpers on the back of those. [ ERIC T  Dec 28, 2013 ]
I would start with dynamat, you can always add dynaliner over it if your looking for extra quiet or have a ton of bass as for quanity bulk packs are generally a better buy, plus any extra can be used in doors, floor boards etc [ EUGENE  Dec 16, 2013 ]
If you are just worried about road noise this will work. The dynamat (silver lined) is used in applications where aftermarket bass is being used since it neutralizes rattling from panels. The amount you need is dependent on the size of the trunk. [ DEREK  Dec 16, 2013 ]
Dynamat First, then on top Dynaliner. Square Footage [ RICK  Dec 16, 2013 ]
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