Noise Killer Vs. Dynamat

Comparison, Soundproofing

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In this post, I’ll walk you through the various aspects of Noise Killer and Dynamat to help you make an informed buying decision.

Whether you’re born in a developed or developing country, trust me, you’ll find cars all around you.

I’m assuming that most of you’re also car lovers like I am, and if that is the case, then you must know the pain of having a noisy ambiance while going for a long ride.

Most of the time, it is the old car that is the main culprit, but at the same time, if you’re having trouble with your new car, then you need a helping hand.

As car owners, we all know that an old car has lots and lots of problems when it comes to tackling external as well as internal noise, and to get rid of these noises, definitely, you need to handle the problems tactically.

Let’s face it, only the most luxurious cars are silent, and the rest fall under the category of “tolerant” and “non-tolerant”.

So, what’s the solution?

It’s simpler than you think, all you need to do is, apply an automotive sound deadener to your car, and you’re done.

However, if you’re just starting out or you’re a first-time buyer, then the probability is very high that you may end up buying the wrong sound deadener.

Not to offend anyone, but it wouldn’t be wrong if I say to you that the market is flooded with a wide variety of sound deadeners, and as a first-time buyer, you may not be well informed about these products.

Needless to say, a lack of information about the product may lead you to a weird buying decision.

Before we start our discussion on the topic, I request you to have a thorough reading of some of the top automotive sound deadeners.

I hope after reading the aforementioned articles, you’ll have great insight into the various sound deadeners available on the market as well as what are the PROS and CONS of each one of them.

In the next section, we’ll compare Dynamat and Noise Killer on certain parameters to help you make a smart decision.

Noise Killer vs. Dynamat

I’ve considered only the important parameters that have the capability of influencing the buying decision.

However, if you think that I’ve missed certain parameters when it comes to comparing both these products, then please let me know in the comment section, I’ll be more than happy to include them in case, I and my team find those parameters REALLY important.

So, without any further ado, let’s begin.

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Size plays an important role when it comes to buying an effective automotive sound deadener.

Especially if you’re a first-time buyer, you would be really curious about the quantity of sound deadeners you’ll need to sound deaden your car.

 In case, you’ve got prior experience of sound deadening your car, then you must be aware of the fact that final outcome of a sound-deadening car is directly proportional to the amount of the surface you’ve covered with the sound deadening material. 

Whether it’s a small car or a bigger one, the rule remains the same.

Dynamat offers customized kits for doors, hood liners, etc. which will help you to install the product without much hassle.

At the same time, Dynamat also offers some high-end products such as Dynaliner, and Dynapad which will give you flexibility in your purchase.

On the other hand, Noise Killer offers you a tailored measurement if your car model and brand are listed in their lineup list.

Needless to say, the list of lineups that Noise Killer has is huge, and chances are quite high that your car’s brand will be on the list.

At times, Noise Killer may seem to confuse you with their measurement as compared to customized kits offered by the market leader Dynamat.

So, you might be blaming me that I’ve confused you, right?

Well, it’s a tricky situation, indeed, and there is no doubt about it.

Anyways, you can follow the hacks that I’ve been following for quite a few years now to help my clientele make the decision.

Noise Killer should be your first choice if your car is on their list as they produce custom-tailored sound deadeners.

I know the answer is only half complete.

You might be inquisitive to know, what if my car is NOT on the Noise Killer line-up list, right?

In that scenario, without giving a second thought, simply go for Dynamat.

It will do the work for you.

I’ve been using Dynamat for years now, and trust me, no sound deadener can beat it in any way other than the price.

All in all, a tricky tie and a situation-based winner.


If you’re newly introduced to the soundproofing world, then let me tell you, the thicker the soundproofing material, the better it will perform against the noise.

However, there are a few exceptions to it.

For example, Noico is thicker than Dynamat still the latter is a better sound deadener.

Let’s get back to Noise Killer vs. Dynamat – Fight of the Titans.

If we compare Noise Killer and Dynamat, then the latter has the upper hand.

Not only Dynamat is thicker as compared to Noise Killer but also tackles the noise in a better way.

 We did an online poll to know the view of the users, and you know what, the results were as per our expectations, and nothing was there that could panic us. 

Most of the users voted in favor of the Dynamat.

I was literally shocked to see the one-sided RESULT.

Moreover, I’m not at all telling you to believe my words rather do some online research, and you’ll get lots of related queries in various forums on sound deadener.

So, the winner is none other than Dynamat.

But, the question is, will Dynamat sweep the show?

Let’s see.

Reliability and Effectiveness

It goes without saying that reliability and effectiveness are really two important parameters that you need to consider when it comes to buying any product and not only sound deadener.

Who’ll win the battle: Noise Killer vs. Dynamat?

It is always the center of the discussion about how much you can depend on these deadeners, right?

Before buying you should have faith in the product and confidence in your decision.

I always recommend my clientele to NOT buy any product until and unless they are confident that they can depend on the product for their problems.

Whether it is the cheapest or the costliest product, if it doesn’t serve the purpose, then no use in buying it.

In short, if you can’t rely on the product, then don’t buy it. It’s that simple.

Nonetheless, you don’t have to worry in this case, as we’ve got the clear winner for this category.

But before that, let me tell you, features like ease of use, and user-friendly installation don’t make any sense if the product fails to do the job perfectly, so choose wisely & give priority to the parameters as per your requirement.

To cut a long story short, Dynamat is a synonym for trust when it comes to reliability and effectiveness.

They are perhaps the costliest sound deadener available on the market, and you know what, people still buy them because the effectiveness and reliability suffice for the price.

Do, I need to give more explanation? 🙂

On the other hand, people have mixed responses about the Noise Killer.

Some say it is a great deadener and one should definitely try it.

On the other hand, there are people who complain that it can cause an enormous stink.

In fact, you would never want to get rid of external noise at the cost of assaulting your poor nose, right?

Noise killer loses the game then and there as the foul smell will totally ruin your long ride.

Correct me, if I’m WRONG.

One of my clients had a nightmare when after numerous efforts he wasn’t able to stick the noise killer in the required place.

She was on a long drive, and she explained to me the entire experience quite a few times.

Needless to say, whether it’s Noise Killer or any other sound deadener if the product leaves the place frequently, then it’s of no use.

Well, as per my own experience, I can say Dynamat adheres to the surface very well, and neither it will melt in high temperature nor will it smell foul.

Do I need to say which one out of the two sweeps the section?

Ease of Installation and Use

If you’re an avid reader of this blog, then you would be well aware of the fact that Dynamat is not easy to cut or install because of its thickness and density.

On top of it, for successful first-time installation either you’ll need a professional or you’ll have to follow the instructions given in the manual.

I highly recommend taking professional help in case you’re installing the Dynamat for the first time.

On the contrary, Noise Killer is tailor-made for cars, so you don’t have to do anything at all.

Neither you need instructions nor lengthy manuals to follow the installation process.

Moreover, even if you’re a first-time buyer, you can install it on your own without any professional help.

Finally, I’m happy for Noise Killer as I can see it sweeping this section with a huge margin.

Is it Made with Asphalt?

Even before I start the discussion, I would request you to refrain from the sound deadeners that comprise Asphalt.

Well, it’s REALLY important to have an in-depth discussion with my readers about the Asphalt because it can act as a spoiler not for a single reason but for multiple ones.

First and foremost, Asphalt has a tendency to melt at high temperatures.

Secondly, it can cause an unholy stench.

On top of it, if you’re installing it, then be prepared to tackle the waterlogging.

The worst thing about waterlogging is that it can deteriorate the rest of the material.

So, again, I’m reminding you to select your sound deadener carefully.

I’ve been using Dynamat quite a few times, and the good thing about it is that it doesn’t comprise even a small portion of asphalt.

So, you’ll not experience a foul smell or melting of Dynamat as the temperature soars.

On the contrary, you’ll find a lot of Noise Killer users complaining about the foul smell, waterlogging, and inferior quality.

So, does it mean that Noise Killer completely loses the game?

Well, not at all.

Noise Killer can perform perfectly well, and you’ll not have to tolerate foul smells or tackle melting problems if you’re using it in a cold region.

Hope I answered your question, right?

However, if you’re residing in a hot and humid climate, then definitely Dynamat is the WINNER.


Let’s face it, price is perhaps the most influencing factor if you’re planning to buy a sound deadener or any other product especially if you’re on a shoestring budget.

Well, nothing is WRONG in it as most of us want to get the maximum out of the price that we pay for a particular product, right?

In short, it’s common sense as well as logical too.

The problem arises when you want a quality product but at the same time, you’re NOT willing to pay some extra bucks.

Let’s face it, you need to pay a price for a good quality product.

But, at the same time, make sure you’re getting a quality product if you’re paying a premium price.

Noise Killer has a wide range of products.

You can either buy a custom kit for the entire car or just the single parts.

Noise Killer has a wide product range, so you can expect the price to vary accordingly.

The wide range of products helps Noise Killer to have a competitive price.

On the other hand, Dynamat is a costly affair.

They are the market leaders and they are well aware of the fact that all the variants of Dynamat such as Dynaliner, Dynapad, etc. are in good demand, so they charge a premium price.

I wouldn’t say any one of the two is a straight-away WINNER in this section.

Rather it would be a sure shot tie considering the wide range of products offered by Noise Killer.

Hope it helps.

Wrapping Up the Noise Killer vs. Dynamat

So, did this piece of information match your expectations?

Out of the two, which one would, you prefer?

To conclude, both are big brands, and neglecting anyone would be wrong.

Whether I make anyone a LOSER or a WINNER, it doesn’t mean the other one is inferior.

Use your common sense, If any of the two wasn’t good at all, then it would have been completely neglected by the end customers, and the production of that particular product would have been stopped, right?

To be honest, both are good in their own sense, and you can choose one that caters to your needs and is under your budget.

After all, everyone’s requirement is different.

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