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Always depends on what it is to be used for , for the squaker dynamat is good , for cabinte damping I recommend damping 10 or damping 30 . They are made of recycled wool felt fibers and have a self-adhesive layer on one side. Used them for my own speakers many times.

 

https://www.intertechnik.com/shop/accessories/damping/ite-damping10,583193,en,8070,1159055

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10 hours ago, MicroMara said:

Always depends on what it is to be used for , for the squaker dynamat is good , for cabinte damping I recommend damping 10 or damping 30 . They are made of recycled wool felt fibers and have a self-adhesive layer on one side. Used them for my own speakers many times.

 

https://www.intertechnik.com/shop/accessories/damping/ite-damping10,583193,en,8070,1159055

 

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On 9/29/2022 at 3:48 PM, SonicSeeker said:

Looking for the best self stick product for inside audio equipment.

 

I've used Kilmat for my Heresys, Chorus IIs, and La Scalas. Same quality as Dynamat, but the cost is a lot less. It's on Amazon.

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another option is the use of  an insulating  foam piece glued  to  the entire lower  surface of the mids horn  , it works by preventing Low Frequencies  from bouncing on the  horn's  plastic 

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I would consider a humming and vibrating power transformer defective.  Plates are loose or something inside.  Sounds like your satisfied.

 

This is what is inside my computers at home: Acousti Products - AcoustiPack™ Soundproofing Materials

 There is a heat insulating quality to this material so I'd be careful.

 

For speakers I've used No Rez from GR Research: No Rez 24” x 27” (4 pack) | GR-Research

Funny thing, in my situation I was happiest using the expensive throw pillows from the couch.  "When are we getting those back, Dad?"

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15 hours ago, muel said:

I would consider a humming and vibrating power transformer defective. 

That is one point or there can be some DC/AC unbalance on AC side. It increases mechanical humm. In this case DC-Blocker circuit could be used. Some don't recommend this for power or integrated amplifiers.

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