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sound dampening material to decouple motor noise?

Postby nervewrecker » October 16th, 2020, 9:35 pm

Not really the kinda thing you will find in here but I have a major problem with motor noise.

The system in question, they do not have parts for and its a sizeable system for someone bedroom. I got a replacement motor, there was a hum, returned it and got another, still a hum.

Purchased a new motor, ran it, its silent. Its designed for units that are small in size and compact, no large panels. When you rest it on a box there is a hum. So if it's installed where I want to install it, it will hum. It's being used in an application it wasn't designed for.

I used some gasket material from dumore and it eased up a lot. Thing is, the gasket material is thick. Will sound dampening material do any damage? Has anyone ever used it for such?
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Re: sound dampening material to decouple motor noise?

Postby ruffneck_12 » October 18th, 2020, 6:51 pm

very vague


What kinda motor? What the motor used for?
Size of motor?

We talking motor in the sense of speakers? Or a motor in the sense of rotation? :lol:

Pics would help a million as well

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