i'm not sure about the melting, but I hear this stuff is good:
the b-quiet extreme is cheap, and seems to work well.. I've never used it though, anyone have any opinions on it?
i see that some people reccommend other products(that have nothing to do with sound damping but do the same thing) but i do read about some downfalls. I live in san antonio TX, and it gets pretty hot here during the summer, they say the heat in a idle car here is about 130 degrees. What are some cheaper products than dynamat(4sq for $37 at bestbuy) that wont melt in the heat, smell like crap in the heat, or destoy my car all together?
How about fiberglass insulation?
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dynamat is supposed to be the best. might be a little expensive (don't know your budget), but... you get what you pay for.
oops...just re-read your original post that you were looking for a cheaper alternative to dynamat.
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