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    A lil question for all you car-audiophiles..

    What actually is that bread roll stuff that you use for sound proofing and where do you get it from?

    Pardon my ignorance, but I never thought that plastic bread wrapper looked like particularly sturdy material.
    97 P reg Astra 1.6 8v X16SZR, and yes I have a Haynes manual

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    its sound deading, you can get it from halfords, motorworld ,carnisor (cr*p spelling sorry) almost any good audio shop

    i think its supplied buy autoleads?
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    I know it's for deadening, I just meant what actually is it? Like what does it look like and what is it made up of, etc...?
    97 P reg Astra 1.6 8v X16SZR, and yes I have a Haynes manual

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    ahhh sorry ops: , i dont think theres anything different with it.
    i think its just like the normall mating
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    there is 2 types of sound deadning. 1 is like a metal film which you can ut on your doors th boot etc and the other is like a carpet which you can use for your door cards etc.
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    its called brown bread, its made up of a black thick tar like material. Its better than dynamat orginal, but not as good as dynamat extreme.

    Good stuff....I have got 24 rolls at the body shop for my car.
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    BrownBread is a viscoelastic deadener with a supercharged bitumen based adhesive. With an aluminum constraining layer and an unique composition with suspended mineral particles


    This is what makes Dynamat:

    Dynamat Original is a styrene-butyadine-rubber-based, pressure-sensitive adhesive-backed, heat bondable vibrational dampe

    Dynamat Xtreme is a patented, lightweight elastomeric butyl and aluminum constrained-layer vibrational damper

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