Ok, just kidding! Or am I? Our Stinger Roadkill line of sound damping material helps you enjoy your music by reducing the extra noise.
Most vehicles come equipped with door speakers, but let's face it, a door panel is not the best environment for high quality sound. The thin metal in the door vibrates as your music plays, and the louder your music is, the more rattle you'll hear. Suddenly, the sick system you just paid thousands of dollars for sounds like a vibrating tin can. (That can't possibly be what you were hoping to achieve.)
Lucky for you, we have a fix! The thin metal can be treated with Stinger Roadkill sound damping material to add mass to the panel and reduce the vibration, creating a more stable platform for your speakers. Adding different types of damping material throughout your vehicle enables your car to sound as quiet and smooth at 60 mph as it does at 15 mph. Road noise tends to mask lower frequencies first, causing your system to sound overly bright when you turn it up while driving at highway speeds. Sound damping material lowers interior noise levels in your car, so you don't have to turn your music up as loud when you're driving. You'll hear more musical detail, and your amps won't have to work as hard.
Don't just take my word for it, car audio experts around the globe are raving about Stinger Roadkill products.
Herman in The Netherlands says, sound damping is one of the most important parts of a good audio system!
"Stinger Roadkill products make my truck door sound like a Lexus LS460 door when closing. It helps my door speakers hit those lower notes with no rattles whatsoever.“ Chad, Mobile One Auto Sound
"(Roadkill) definitely makes a stamped metal door assembly a happier place for speakers," Ty, Precision Cellular & Sound
Carlos from NVS Audio raves,"We use it in all our audio installs. (It) lowers road noise and helps seal and stiffen doors for better mid-bass. It's an easy sale."
You're looking to take your custom installs to the next level and Stinger Roadkill is here to help!