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How to install sound damping material in your car

Cutting down resonance and road noise

It's no secret that road noise has a negative impact on your music. It smothers the details and forces you to abuse your speakers by cranking up the volume. 

The good news is that you can cut down that road noise dramatically by installing a sound-damping product like Dynamat. These noise deadeners work by absorbing sound-causing vibration energy, eliminating speaker resonance, and baffling out excessive sound. 

Sound-damping products are easy to install. Sticky, but easy. Take a look at this video to see how it's done. 

Video: How to install Dynamat on a door panel

Learn more

For more information, read our guide to choosing vibration damping products. Be sure to browse our full selection of sound deadening products and also our selection of pre-cut, vehicle-specific sound deadening kits. And contact our advisors is you have any questions. 

  • John Newburn from Soap Lake

    Posted on 7/23/2021

    Any sound deadener should be applied to the inside of the door skin, speaker mounting panel, and on the inside of the door card.

  • Steve from Charlotte

    Posted on 3/9/2021

    Great information...thanks

  • Shrikant from Sunnyvale CA

    Posted on 12/3/2018

    Hello, I have a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer O Z R with 180 K miles. Its a simple passenger car. I know its old. I love it, maintain it well with performance parts, and use it for commute. Its known that Mitsubishi never did anything to cut noise. I want to do sound deadening. I see a lot of videos, but honestly, I cannot do it myself. Could anyone please suggest me some shop around 94086 Sunnyvale CA, where some pros could do it for me ? I am okay driving up to 100 miles one way for a good shop. Regards, Shrikant

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    Buck Pomerantz from Crutchfield

    on 12/3/2018

    Shrikant, A Google search for "car audio installation Sunnyvale CA" brought up three shops in your immediate area. I can't recommend one over the other, but you can check out the online reviews to decide which to use.
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    Buck Pomerantz from Crutchfield

    Posted on 3/9/2018

    Charles, To do its job, Dynamat must be applied to your car's metal panels.

  • Charles from Omaha

    Posted on 3/8/2018

    I'm hesitant to take out the carpet of my vehicle to install the Dynamat. Would it do any good to place the dynamat pads between the carpet and my all weather floor mats?

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    Buck Pomerantz from Crutchfield

    Posted on 11/17/2017

    Tamara, Yes to both questions. Installing Dynamat cuts down on resonance, rattling, as well as insulates against the transfer of noise into and out of your vehicle.

  • Tamara from Dothan

    Posted on 11/17/2017

    Will this help prevent your car from eventually having "the rattles" from bass? And does it help with what people can hear outside of your car?

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    Buck Pomerantz from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/5/2017

    Darren, A low-frequency exhaust drone is hard to eliminate, it seems to come from everywhere. Start by applying sound-deadening material to the floor directly above the mufflers. The more massive amounts of material used on your vehicle's floor, the quieter will be your ride.

  • Darren

    Posted on 8/28/2017

    I want to deaden drone sound from my exhaust. What area/s should I install this item to reduce noise?

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    Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/24/2017

    Jensen, here are our sound-deadening materials. You'll want to isolate the trouble spots for noise before applying the material. For more information on sound-deadening materials and application, check out this article and this one.

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