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AcoustiPak Deluxe Sound Dampening Material Review

By: Julian Shapiro | Cables & Accessories in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 26, 2003 5:00 am
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TweakTown Rating: 8.5%Manufacturer: QuietPC

Closer Look

 

There have been several rumors floating about the odor of Acousti Products' AcoustiPak. While I cannot deny those accusations of other AcoustiPak derivatives, I can guarantee you that there is no such "dead fish" odor apparent (by any means) surrounding this product.

 

AcoustiPak provides a surplus of materials within their kit, not only are you equipped with an abundance of sheets, but a variety of materials as well.

 

 

Including in the kit, you will find the following:

 

- 2 x Acoustic Composite sheets - 7mm thickness (2mm Acoustic Barrier Mass and 5mm Acoustic Foam). These sheets are compressible down to approx. 3mm

 

- 1 x Acoustic Composite sheet - 17mm thickness (2mm Acousti Barrier Mass and 15mm Acoustic Foam) also featuring the AcoustiContour™ anechoic surface

 

- 2 x 5¼ inch drive bay Acoustic Foam blocks

 

- 1 x 3½ inch drive bay Acoustic Foam block

 

 

The foam blocks (upper right, image above) provide vibration-dampening fills, to be placed in spare 5.25" or 3.5" bay slots. At first, I was rather skeptical as to whether or not they would be actually helpful in preventing in-case vibration, but it turned out to be a pleasant surprise.

 

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