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    Re: INCREASE MID BASS! How to Sound Deaden Like a Pro

    I've used galvanized sheet metal and self-tapping screws covered in CLD and filled any gaps with duct seal

    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Gardner-Ben...t-Seal/4595233

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    Re: INCREASE MID BASS! How to Sound Deaden Like a Pro

    seems like someone with a 3-D scanner could create files of the doors of most popular vehicles, then you take the file/ download to your local library/3-D printer space, and voila....

    for a small fee and the cost of a spool of resin one could have custom fitted door seal panels, probably would be better to engineer into the panel some structural rigidity, like honeycomb or whatever, then let the 3-D printer do all that hard work, leaving lightweight panels with bracing built-in, ready for install with screw holes already part of the piece.

    might be a bit too fancy for shoring up door work, mid bass isn't that important anyway... if no one is going to see it anyway.

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