This stems from the Bluetooth thread, and I didn't want to hijack his thread.
Has anyone made the interior cabin any quieter by using some special material for soundproofing? Is it possible? If so, what would I use and is there a ballpark figure we could be looking at? What areas would benefit from it the most?
I know soundproofing was probably passed on by Mitsu for cost reasons and trying to keep the prices low, but if a solution could be found that would be awesome!
Thanks in advance.
sounddeadening is a must for car audio enthusiasts, basically to minimize outside noise and hear more of the music
your purpose is basically the same, and there are a lot of sound deadeners out there
for the deadening mats, for a bulk pack of approx 36 sqft itll cost anywhere from $120-150...thats more than enough for all 4 doors
which will provide you a significantly quieter cabin
other than the doors, ive known serious enthusiasts who resorted to laying deadening mats to the entire flooring, the engine firewall
and even the ceiling, but i wouldnt recommendthis
its pretty straight forward to lay on, all you need is a nice sunny day, a cutter,a heat gun, the mat and a rubber roller
there are a lot of brands you can look into but theyre all basically the same...theres dynamat, cascade, raamat, edeadening, etc, etc