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    DIYMA Janitor SkizeR's Avatar
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    Re: Which CLD to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    Ok, that's pretty impressive....and I don't say that guys very often.
    yeah, after i ran the sweep on the resonix and saw the result my jaw dropped. Before then we had only done side by side "knocking" tests. sds on one door, resonix on another. we knew the resonix was doing a better job at controlling resonance, but we didnt know to what degree. this was able to put a number on it. I admit, its not a perfect test by any means, but it was apples to apples.

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    Re: Which CLD to buy

    I'm looking forward to trying it even more now. I've used a few different CLD's before and I was disappointed when SDS closed because it performed well.
    Meh, it'll play.

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    Re: Which CLD to buy

    Iím sure Iím in the minority on this but Iíve been using a Noico for about 4.5 years and never had an issue. I run the 80 mil and sticks well. Itís butyl based so no smell. I had it for almost 3 years on my last car and now have it on my 18í STI for about 1.5 years and still holding strong but if you do need to get to something in a door panel it will still pull clean and can be put back with no issues. My doors are solid and running Morel Comps up front with tons of bass. I cant speak for everyone but I think itís great for the price. I ran SDS before and I canít say it was better. I paid I think $60 on amazon for 36 sq feet of Noico. Iím always trying to find the best products for the best prices but thereís always a trade off. Iím been around car audio long enough to know good from bad. I purchased elemental designs CLD when they were still around and that stuff was horrible.

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    Re: Which CLD to buy

    The noico stuff isn't bad for the price, however, it also doesn't do a whole lot IIRC from the previous CLD test.
    2014 F150 Limited -> Factory HU programmed for 4v outputs -> Helix DSP.2 -> Alpine PDX-V9 -> SI M25 in Valicar Stuttgart Pods, SI TM65 mk3, & JL TW3. Rears: SB17's. Resonix 35% CLD and 100% CCF, 100% MLV, Soon: PDX-F6 and SI M3 in Valicar Stuttgart pods

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