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  • #16
    Originally posted by FUG1 View Post
    Good point Marko.

    Near me, you only have to drive along the M25 Between the A3 and Heathrow to realise that the two types of road surfaces you find on that strip of road throw up totally different sounds (one is unbelievably noisy)
    ill vouch for that stretch of road ,



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    • #17
      Originally posted by Sparkybhoy
      Don't waste your money.
      Eh?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by FUG1 View Post
        Good point Marko.

        Near me, you only have to drive along the M25 Between the A3 and Heathrow to realise that the two types of road surfaces you find on that strip of road throw up totally different sounds (one is unbelievably noisy)
        Yep, I have been along that stretch many times. I have had to contend with all sorts of noise, including an odd flapping sound on the driver's side of the car, which I finally put down to the fact that I have Meniere's Disease in my right ear, which apart from rendering me half deaf in that ear, can cause all sorts of strange noises especially at speed and alongside concrete barriers which tend to reflect the road noise and alter/exacerbate it. Thankfully, I now wear a hearing aid which virtually eliminates it, as my left-right sound balance is much improved... and I have rediscovered stereo LOL.
        Last edited by john_k_sri; 07-04-2021, 07:07 PM.

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