Alright so I guess I'll be the first to post on this thread!
As you can see it's ChrisOhChris here and today I'll be reviewing Audio Technix.
I will review this topic on the following scale:
Ease of Use:
I placed an order for 50 square feet of AudioTechnix on 4/20/2011. A few minutes later the payment was confirmed. 5 days later on 4/25/2011 at 2:17pm. It was at my door step.
Cthedinger and I exchanged several messages through out the period speaking about AudioTechnix and several other Car Audio related topics.
In a few words Customer Service/Shipping. was outstanding.
I bought this product a day before the easter sale which would have yielded me a 10% off, but I had a coupon saved from earlier that still gave me 5% off. Hey something is better than nothing.
Originally Posted by cthedinger
Basically they do the two are exactly the same. Audio Technix 60 mil isn't any better than Second Skin Damp and Second Skin Damp isn't any better than Audio Technix 60 mil. They both do the same exact job deadening.
2 sq ft = $4.50 a sq ft
10 sq ft = $4 a sq ft
20 sq ft = $3.50 a sq ft
40 sq ft = $3.13 a sq ft
Audio Technix is currently $2.12 a sq ft
Both will give you basically the same exact results. So which product would you chose?
Honestly which would you choose?
You can't beat it at the price. I believe they are working on a product that is comparable to "Damplifier Pro". Most likely this new product will yield the same results at a cheaper price.
In a few words, this price is unbeatable.
This product features a "60 mil thick total with a 4 mil aluminum and butyl adhesive." There is a post here
which does a comparison to the famous Second Skin damplifier. As you can tell from the results, the products yield the same results. So what's the difference you may ask, well just look at the paragraph above and you'll notice the insane difference in price!
The only reason I give this product a "9/10" when it comes to features is because it doesn't come in black.
This product is very
and I mean very
sticky. At first when I was begin the install I had trouble working with it because the paper backing kept sticking to the butyl rubber. I'm not going to lie I got really pissed for a while(Damn you stickiness!). After taking a breather, I tried to figure out how to prevent this from happening. I figured out that if I begin to peel off from where there is an open back and apply pressure to the rest of the material(Yes pressing down on the sticky stuff attached to the paper allows it to comes off easier)
After that hiccup, I had no problem installing the deadener finished my trunk and am in the market for some more to finish my ceiling & flooring!
Honestly, this is a great product. Great customer service. Fast shipping. Easy to install. Most importantly the price it's sold at is a steal compared to other companies with similar products.
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