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Old 09-01-2010
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Another issue is the quality of the sound proofing used in the enclosed container. Wanderlodge used a high quality anechoic chamber dampener in my LXi. This stuff has dimension (looks like an egg carton) and is designed to have an appropriate wavelength dimension to absorb the incident sound. If I were to replace my genny sound proofing material I'd definitely look for anechoic material as opposed to the shiny foil faced materials we tend to use in our engine rooms.
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