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Re: Active noise cancellation in an '02? (archive)

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Posted by mark '72 golf on September 08, 1999 at 23:35:54:

In Reply to: Active noise cancellation in an '02? posted by Josh on September 08, 1999 at 17:30:59:

Don't mind saying that the exhaust is music to my ears especially when going through the gears. My wife and kids go bonkers when in my car but that is the way I like it.
You probably should put the stock system back on and make sure you use the center resonator. This I found to be pretty quiet. You could always resort to those rubber ear plugs I use at Nascar races. Just a thought.


: Has anyone ever investigated the free-standing (as opposed to headphones) active noise cancellation systems to install in a vehicle? I've noticed that the headphone based systems have dropped in price to about $60. I also know that there are companies that specialize in designing a system for your airplane, but presume they are pretty expensive being custom and airplane related. The Infinity Q-45 and J's had a noise cancellation system as an option a few years ago. I bet it would do wonders to drown out my infernal ANSA. Any experiences or suggestions?

: Josh
: '72 BMW 2002tii
: '94 LR Defender 90




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