i saw this and am interested why you are soundproofing your blingo? to keep noise from going out or noise from coming in? or is it a different kind of sound proofing?
As I am an audiophile and have installed the highest quality head unit that's available,the Pioneer dex-p99rs I needed to sound proof the cabin and doors from as much outside road noise and engine noise as possible for the best music experience I could possibly achieve. When sound proofing is done correctly and completely you have an extremely quiet vehicle,even if for the peace and quiet. If you haven't heard a dex-p99rs unit you wouldn't understand .Yes it's a work vehicle but I'm in it all the time every day and the quality music and quiet ride is well worth the effort and time.
i'm with you mate! i'm involved in music production and ideally need to do what you are doing.
a friend of mine also has done something similar to his vauxhall as he needs to test the music he makes before sending for pressing and cannot be too noisy at home due to neighbours.. so he takes his mobile studio out on the road to test sounds!
Anyone know if there's any detailed DIY instructions online to share with? I'm still considering to paste all 1 whole sheet or just to spread them out.
Does this make a big difference? Surely the acoustics of a van are rubbish anyway - soundproofing or not.
11-04-2016, 03:22 AM
(This post was last modified: 11-04-2016, 03:23 AM by robfitzi.)
With the air conditioning curtain behind the seats,a quality dash mat,sound deadening on roof, floor and doors the acoustics are beautiful.
Correctly facing tweeter,midrange and midbass speakers are also important.
Heres a picture of my Audison Voce tweeters and midrange in my A pillars I custom made with the guard dog keeping a close eye on them for me