By - notDaniel115
The only testing I've seen shows Resonix is the all-out best product and its not by a little bit. It's significant. There simply isn't another product that measures up if you can get Resonix. It also hasn't show any issues with failure that I'm aware of. None. So that's a big plus over a lot of other products, especially the "budget" stuff.
I see a majority of people recommending Resonix, so I think I'll definitely be looking into it.
Second skin is very is said to have great results but it is a little pricer. But with deadner I believe you get what you pay for. I have some that I still need to install but from the looks of it, it’s definitely a lot higher quality than the most popular deadner on Amazon
Call me biased, but i think the independent objective testing done in "The Deadening" Facebook group allows me to say that ResoNix has a serious leg up on everything else on the US market (that has been tested so far, including second skin, dynamat extreme, noico, kilmat, NVX, roadstage, and even Sound Deadener Showdown, etc..). So much better that you the math tells us you can use about 3-4x less than the next leader and get equal performance. Its also still cheaper than some brands in certain quantities. No brainer.
Hey man are your ResoNix products available in the UK?
Interesting. I see a lot of people giving a good word to your product's name so I may look into it.
Sorry to turn this into q+a time, but ive been preparing to get my stereo installed in my latest car and have been considering doing the sound treatment thjng since I never have before. Say I were to buy the 5x sheet cld pack. With the "use 3-4x less" mindset is that enough to treat both front doors (some on the outer skin and some on the inner panel)? Then maybe a 2nd pack to do spot treatment in the trunk?
I like the nvx stuff. Great price:performance ratio. Cover with a layer of ccf like noico red
That is me, but
Some people are going to disagree with me here: I used Noico. First I used a layer of the shiny backed vinyl based stuff 80 mil, then a layer of the closed cell foam based stuff 150 mil. I think Noico beats many of the other brands and frankly does at least as good as dynamat. Second skin may be better but I haven’t seen tests comparing…I do like the concept of their MLV product when decoupled