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  1. i am looking to reduce road noise from my car, i hope to drive my car for another 4 years. Am looking to sound proof the floor plan, wheel arc and 4 doors, maybe double layers. I know that cheap is no good and good is no cheap, any bros here could recommend me a reasonable priced workshop where i also could get some advices? Thank you.
  2. Hi bros..any recommendation or advic e for wheel arches/fender soundproofing? Using foam type material.
  3. Hi everybody, I have this problem with my car on the right door that create a wind noise when I am driving at around 100km/hr. I understand from some people saying that by pasting sound proofing strip it will remove the sound. But I checked my car. And I feel the black strip of rubber that is suppose to insulate the car from noise still look very new. Is it going to work by pasting on top of it? Any bros here can recommend me a place to troubleshoot or do up the door insulation. I know that a company S***** is charging $40 for the door. I am comtemplating to go there to do if it really can solve my noise problem. Any commends?thanks
  4. Frustrated by that resonating door panel? Or are you irritated with external noises or distortion from the speaker panel? Most existing builds of cars have soundproofing materials in them but they are not enough to deliver the sound reduction that is up to expectation. This article aims to provide you with a reliable solution for this very problem. What is noise and noise pollution? The definition of noise itself is highly subjective. To some people, the roar of an engine may be satisfying or thrilling but, to others, it may be annoying. Loud music may be enjoyable or a torment, depending on the listener and the circumstances. In general, any form of unwelcome sound is noise pollution, whether it is the roar of a jet plane overhead or the sound of a barking dog a block away. Noise pollution is, hence, not easily defined. Part of the difficulty lies in the fact that it is different from other forms of pollution in some ways. One measure of pollution is the danger it poses to health. Noise causes stress, and stress is a leading cause of illness. Therefore, any form of noise can be considered pollution if it disrupts the activity or balance of life and in worst cases, causes annoyance, sleeplessness, fright, or any other stress reaction. What is soundproofing and what are its benefits? Soundproofing is the process of lowering the intensity of a sound by surrounding the source of the noise with noise absorbent materials or surfaces. Any means of reducing the sound pressure with respect to a specified sound source and receptor can be considered as soundproofing. There are several ways to reduce sound and in the case of soundproofing for cars, it is the treatment of a surface to create a barrier to stop noise from passing through this barrier to the other side. Whether it's a Mercedes-Benz or a Kia, all cars can benefit from extra sound proofing. The important thing about sound proofing is that the amount of external noise and vibration is greatly reduced. A quieter journey, less distraction, and an overall more comfortable environment are what you can expect when you start sound proofing your car. Sound proofing will make any car trip feel like a million-dollar joy ride. As for car audio enthusiasts, sound proofing is critical. Nothing will spoil your sound more than a resonating panel, or a vibrating door frame. NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 is a product specialty of UK-based firm NoiseStop Systems Singapore. This product originated from the NoiseBlock range of specialised soundproofing building materials for use in everyday construction projects. It was then realised that this technology could be explored in the field of automotives as consumers wanted silent, peaceful and noise-free environments in their vehicle cabins. More notably, these materials are also supplied for use in Singapore Airlines' Boeing 777 aircraft for soundproofing purposes. Advantages of NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 is one of the best products on the market for treatment of noise control in automotive, industrial, marine, and aviation industries. This latest advancement to the BY-DS series features an improved elastic compound mixed with viscoelastic polymer binder as the compact layer. The core objective is to convert the energy of noise into heat, and at the same time, quench vibrations through its elemental abilities. This is then laminated to a Metallic Aluminium Based Dampening Sheet to take conduct of any flanking noise and then dissipate its energy across the surface of the material. The final layer comprises of an Ultra High Density mixed polymer noise absorption professional grade foam. This unique combination cannot be found in other products which fail to match up to the performance of NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10. Some of these products include Blu-Tack painted black with aluminium foil or Black Blu-Tack with aluminium foil and plasticine. These bogus products do little to insulate your car and cost insanely high prices. In comparison to conventional damping sheets coated with bitumen, NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 offers improved density and better results together with the advantages of having fire and mould resistance properties. With the improved composition, NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 has effective adhesion properties and thus can be applied on any metal surfaces of vehicles to reduce or remove vibration related issues. Besides reducing vibration and noise, NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 also improves acoustic performance by increasing decay rate. Decay rate is the speed in dB/second at which the vibration reduces after panel excitation has ceased. The application lead-time is only three hours with a lifespan of two years. NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 also comes with a six-month warranty. The NoiseBlock BY-BDS 10 is available for sale at only $45 per piece. Each piece measures at 1,000mm x 500mm and is 10mm thick. Full installation prices range from $680 to $860 for a small to medium-sized sedan. Why NoiseStop Systems Singapore? NoiseStop Systems Singapore boasts an extensive portfolio to its name. Having worked on major projects such as the Universal Studios Singapore as well as the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, NoiseStop Systems Singapore is the brand to trust. NoiseStop Systems Singapore also has a qualified team of professional team who can advise customers on their soundproofing preferences. More notably, NoiseStop Systems Singapore has its own production facility in Guangzhou, China. Every painstaking process from manufacturing to logistics is handled in-house to ensure better quality control. With their years of expertise, NoiseStop Systems Singapore offers professional soundproofing services with the use of NoiseBlock technology which hails from the United Kingdom. NoiseStop Systems Singapore is also the South East Asian representative of the popular British brand and serves as a regional hub for professional soundproofing in Asia. NoiseStop Systems Singapore is located at 1092 Lower Delta Rd, Mapletree Industrial Estate, #01-14 Singapore S169203. For more information, please call 62767453 or visit http://www.noisestopsystems.sg
  5. hi to all, as in the topic, any advice on how to get it unstuck and cleaned up? very sticky and very sian. Or any place to recommend that would me remove and clean up? thanks!
  6. Any brudder got any idea where to get? I'm thinking of DIYing sound proofing my car's flooring (is that what it's called?) as my CO is still complaining of road noise although I have changed my 4 tyres to Yoko 501. Please advise urgently as I think her nagging sounds louder than the road noise. Haiz ...
  7. Meganut

    Soundproofing in JB

    Hi brothers, Sorry for starting this thread cant find any on soundproofing in jb thru the search function... saw some topics on DIY and soundproofing done in SG.. I would like to do sound proofing for my tiny car in jb... anyone knows where and where is good? thanks all... appreicate all feedbacks... thanks in advance
  8. Redantckc

    Silent Soundproofing

    Hi Bro, Need your advice again. Did anyone tried the product Silent at Commonwealth? I am thinking of sound proofing my car but think Silent is too ex. Is Silent ex or it is just me? Are there better product at a better price? Also are there good shops that do SP at around commonwealth area? Thanks guys
  9. http://www.asiaone.com/News/The%2BNew%2BPa...930-239839.html Driver thought cyclist she hit was tree branch HER car rammed into a cyclist from the rear so hard that he flew and hit the front windscreen, cracking part of it, before rolling onto the road. But Cleopatra Wong Yuin Ping, 30, thought the body that smashed into the windscreen was a rotten tree branch that had fallen. She did not bother to stop and continued driving her car along Holland Road. Wong was also unaware that her victim's bicycle was stuck in the undercarriage of the Lexus ES300 belonging to her father, despite the noise of the bicycle scraping against the road. The bicycle was dragged for about 2km before it was dislodged. When Wong, who was a teacher then, reached home, she went to bed. She realised something was wrong only when she woke up in the morning and found out that the police had towed away the five-year-old Lexus. Taken to court over the accident, Wong claimed that the soundproofing of the Lexus was so good that she thought the "sounds" she heard were caused by the tree branch. Last month, she was fined a total of $2,400 - $800 on each of three charges - and disqualified from driving for a year. She had pleaded guilty to inconsiderate driving, failing to stop after an accident and failing to render assistance after an accident. The court heard that Wong was driving home along Holland Road at about 5.15am on Oct 19, 2008, when she hit the rear of a bicycle ridden by Mr Muhammad Asri Aris.
  10. hi guys, for some reason, my amplifier seems to be faulty after a recent accident and i doubt i can actually make a claim for it. was thinking of going for an active subwoofer, those type under the seat. was told to go for 10' as it is better than the 8'. would like to check if i should go for it? as i was told by a friend those active subwoofer is pathetic.. only give minimum bass sound.. might as well invest in a pair of good rear speaker.. car is small, no room for sub in rear. lastly, would like to do soundproofing for wheel fender. any good recommendation or cost to look out for? or i should actually go jb and have it done.
  11. So does soundproof works? Do kindly vote with your installed brand.
  12. I want to soundproof my fairlady, anyone got any recommendations? SKILLED + CHEAP + GOOD QUALITY = BEST
  13. Coolpica

    SoundProofing Shops

    Hi all, Does anyone has workshops to recommend for soundproofing of cars in the East? I have searched through the threads and most of them are two to three years old. So I'm wondering if those shops mentioned are still around. I know there is a very famous shop, S*****, at Commonwealth. Has anyone has any comments on that shop? Thanks.
  14. Anyone keen to organise soundproofing DIY? Looking to do soundproofing for my car anyone keen? Any expert welcome to share your experience? Where to buy material and tools? How to do it DIY? Or any good workshop u done b4 is it good and how much?
  15. Hi ALL, I am looking to purchase soundproofing materials to DIY for my car. I getting 7-9 pieces. Anyone selling Dynamat Extreme, Accumat, CableHunter etc pls kindly pm me. I will also greatly appreciate any lobangs to get them. thanks and have a good year ahead,
  16. Hi, Recently I have black rubbery stain on my window. Thought was some bird sxxt. Later did I found out that the sound proofing material inside the door panel has fallen out thus the sticky bitumen faced the window panel. Question 1)I paid $250 for (2layer x2)from a reputable shop in Singapore in 20/12/06. And the material so call is the best in their range. Is it normal for it to drop out. 2)What is the option do I have. Take out everything and repaste again? Will it drop out again. Thanks for the advise. May go down to the shop to see what will they say since it has been 1 year plus going to 2 years.
  17. Galantspeedz

    Soundproofing

    I constructed a room in my backyard. intend to soundproof it... how is the best way to DIY? or if got any reasonable quote, i dun mind letting someone do it.
  18. As mentioned above, any bros got any recommendations? Location and price wise. and also feedback
  19. Dear folks, I chanced across this particular range of soundproofing materials while i was surfing the net. I believe this might proof interesting to some of you who wouldn't mind trying a yet-to-be-tried-in-MCF product. You may want to get more information from them before trying them out. www.soundseal.com/oem.htm The sole agent in Singapore: Building Metal Enterprise Pte Ltd Blk 21, Pioneer Road North, #01-109/110 Singapore 628467 Tel: 6261 3328 Fax: 6265 8795 Disclaimer: I do not work for them, get commissions for the sale or endorse the products. If you want to try them, you will be doing it on your own risk and I shall not be liable for any damages or losses suffered by the end-users.
  20. Plenty of posts here on this subject (especially the not so good ones), can those who have done it and satisfied with the installer workmanship quality and service please advise what was good and where to get it done ? Thanks.
  21. Hi Guys, Can I know where to buy the soundproofing strips for sticking on the door edge? The ones which were used in the last meetup i think... I heard was near Veerasamy Rd; any direction or the shop details? Cheers!
  22. Find my engine note a little too audible, would like to soundproof my bonnet. Any bros here has got your bonnet soundproofed either through i) DIY ii) Done at accessories shop to share the effectiveness and best material to consider? For those who DIY, some pics would go a long way.
  23. Hi guys, Any recommendation for good soundproofing - Wheel Arc and Fenders?
  24. Hi Bros & Sis, Am wondering what is the soundproofing like between these 2 cars? Any comments?
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