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The tape really cleaned up the installation job to the door quite nicely
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Dynamat DynaTape lets you finish your soundproofing projects with a clean look. You can use this 1.5"-wide aluminum tape to seal seams between sheets of Dynamat or to fill gaps between your vehicle's body panels. Use DynaTape to secure wiring that's routed through your car, giving your installation a professional look while reinforcing its noise-damping properties.
DynaTape features a transparent, pressure-sensitive acrylic peel-and-stick adhesive that applies easily so you can finish your project and enjoy better sound. DynaTape comes in a 30-foot roll. Warranty: 60 days.
The tape really cleaned up the installation job to the door quite nicely
Works great to seal the Dynamat seams. Very sticky.
Pros: Sticks great.
Bit pricey but helped with the instal.
My rating of three stars comes from what you get for the price. 10 feet of aluminum tape. More bang for your buck buying aluminum tape from a maker other than Dynamat. But, if you want the Dynamat name on there to finish up your Dynamat job on your car or truck, it does look nice. Looks good holding down wires and covering seams between sheets of actual Dynamat.
Pros: Looks good.
Cons: You don't get much tape for your money.
Worked we'll with the dynomat installed
If you are experiencing any rattles and it happens to be a pestering screw in your door, DYNATAPE IT! If you are installing dynamat and realized after your install and after its all gone you missed a spot, DYNATAPE IT! DYNATAPE IT till its all out, then buy another roll.
Pros: usefulness, its ductape but for car audio, not in a silly do it yourself-er tho.
Cons: it isn't as thick i thought it would be, but im sure most people are using it for taping wires down that may rattle or something
no actual dynamat on this tape in case you didnt already notice. great stuff to have around the shop. very sticky. great for wires.
Pros: thin aluminum, very adaptable/formable.
Cons: dont know if it would be practical, but i'd kindof like to try some tape with actual dynamat attached also.
This product would be great if you were leaving the Dynamat Xtreme exposed. You can cover the seems. Hence the finishing tape. Makes the panel look like one full custom sheet size. If you covering with Dynaliner (like I was) it's kind of a waste of your money.
Pros: Custom look
Cons: 30 feet isn't very long.
WORKS GREAT FOR SMALL SEAMS AND TIGHT SPACES.
I kind of thought this was just like Dynomat, but when i received it, it turns out to just be more pricey Aluminum Duct tape. I suppose you are kind of paying for the outside labeling here really.
Pros: Nice Dynomat Lettering on outside
Cons: Same stuff at the hardware store only for less, less the Dynomat lettering
Beware, this is not a roll of Dynamat! It's just a roll of the aluminum backing. Prob my fault for not catching that, but I was disappointed when it arrived.
Has a thin foil backing, but a good adhesive for holding the dynamat together. I probably could have gotten away with using plain old duct tape as the tape didn't seem to have any soundproofing capabilities, but I wasn't let down by the product I received.
Pros: Decent adhesive backing Thin and versatile
Cons: A little pricy for a roll of tape
Not much to say when reviewing tape other than what was said in the subject. Seals up joints between Dynamat panels and covers lots of "sins". Worth getting.
Pros: Easy to apply, very sticky, easily follows contours
Cons: Tears easily
After applying dynamat to the trunk, rear panels and side doors; this tape came in very useful for small areas where I just couldn't use th dynamat - like the door lock mechanism, and the tail-light wires. This tape is very strong and matches the dynamat perfectly. One thing I would suggest is to wear gloves while installing since the aluminum tape is very sharp and will cut you very easily.
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going to buy dynamat in the future for sound deadening. currently using to tape wires etc [ Nicholas Mar 29, 2016 ]
Road noise [ Wayne Mar 16, 2016 ]
Proven accessory for dynamite for sealing seams and edges! [ Matt Mar 11, 2016 ]
I'm using familiar with this tape and am using it to seal edges of Dynomat on doors and pillars. [ Dana Mar 09, 2016 ]
I ordered subs and a amp. This will help give it the solid sound and I'm looking for [ Richard Mar 07, 2016 ]
reduce vibrations [ Randall Mar 03, 2016 ]
Does what it's supposed to and seals the joints between the Dynamat. Sticks well and completes the project. [ Steve Feb 16, 2016 ]
Quality is good [ JAMES Jan 29, 2016 ]
No, Dyna tape alone will not do the job. However dynamat sheets like a trunk kit or bulk pack will eliminate the rattle. I've done this to a couple of rigs now it's awesome. The tape is good for taping wires down and filling in gaps in the dynamat. [ JACOB Mar 08, 2014 ]
If by riddling you mean rattling, then no. It is a very thin tape, and if you want soundproofing capabilities you'll have to go with the dynamat itself (I think they have trunk kits but I may be mistaken). Yes it is considerably more expensive, but the tape by itself will offer zero sound dampening and you wouldn't notice a difference. [ MATTHEW Dec 28, 2013 ]
I don't understand your question. What do you mean by "riddling"? [ WALTER Dec 28, 2013 ]
In my novice opinion it will stop a loose rattling part if you know what specifically is rattling and can tape it down. [ KENNETH Dec 28, 2013 ]
Andrew, I take it you mean 'rattling'. The Dynatape is used to cover exposed edges of Dynamat. It is the Dynamat that stops rattling, not Dynatape. [ GrumpyGoat Dec 27, 2013 ]
I'm assuming you are referring to some sort of rattle or vibration related noise with bass notes in the trunk? If so this is a tape used primarily to fill the gaps or spaces inbetween sheets of Dynomat when trying to trim and finish. This tape is just the aluminum layer of Dynomat with adhesive .. It will not deaden or inactivate surface resonance. Hope this helps.... [ Susan Dec 27, 2013 ]
Probably not. It worked for my license plate and some of my moldings, but for the trunk I had to glue some actual padding. The dynatape is pretty much aluminum foil tape. [ NICK Dec 27, 2013 ]
No [ SHON D Dec 27, 2013 ]
No. This tape is effectively the same as metal duct tape that you can but at the hardware store to seal HVAC ducts. It has no mat material and is only meant as a cosmetic transition between dynamic seams. [ Aaron Dec 27, 2013 ]