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    ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Hey guys, I'm sure most of you already know that I have started a little sound deadening company after our favorite one closed its doors. Here is our guide to sound treating your vehicle. This guide is ever-updating and is never complete. I add to it as I do vehicles so I can have actual photo examples. Be sure to also check out our Vehicle Database for how we deadened specific cars.


    https://resonixsoundsolutions.com/re...e-information/

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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Outstanding tutorial! Thanks, Nick.

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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Quote Originally Posted by BigAl205 View Post
    Outstanding tutorial! Thanks, Nick.
    No worries. If you feel there is anything i missed or need to add more detail to, please let me know.

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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Great tutorial as I am about to embark on doing my install and this information will come in handy. Glad you decided to come over here!
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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Good stuff man
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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Hey Nick,

    I've started to notice that only certain songs are causing my rear deck to rattle while other songs seem to have no bass. I've also noticed this issue with harsh highs out of the tweeters (though nowhere near as often and more related to the tuning) with other songs. Is this an inevitable thing that I'll face due to differences in mastering on the production side or should you always be able to control for this? I did have my rear window recently tinted, and they might not have reassembled my rear deck properly. For starters, they weren't able to get one of the trim C-pillar pieces back in even though it was pretty simple for me to get it in. I did try the thing where you push down on the rear deck during the rattle to see if you can stop it, and I wasn't be able to reduce rattle at all. This is with a Honda Accord 2014 which I know you've said is difficult to get midbass.

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    Re: ResoNix Sound Solutions Guide To Sound Treating A Vehicle

    Quote Originally Posted by SkizeR View Post
    Hey guys, I'm sure most of you already know that I have started a little sound deadening company after our favorite one closed its doors. Here is our guide to sound treating your vehicle. This guide is ever-updating and is never complete. I add to it as I do vehicles so I can have actual photo examples. Be sure to also check out our Vehicle Database for how we deadened specific cars.


    https://resonixsoundsolutions.com/re...e-information/

    This is excellent, Nick!!!
    2018 Jeep GC - AF GB10s, GB25s, GS690s, Zapco & Mosconi amps, (2) AF GB12s, Helix Pro MK2 & Director, Fiio X5

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