Applying thermo-acoustic insulation in your car (DEI Floor & Tunnel Shield II)

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Learn how to put in sound deadening and heat reflective material into your car. In this case I was preventing a common wet carped problem due to condensation. The exhaust runs right under the floorboards and causes a lot of condensation and over time that causes the carpets to get damp.

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ROLLS ROYCE Cullinan NOVITEC 685HP | POV Test Drive by AutoTopNL Videos

MANY thanks to https://MBnutrition.com owner @MOBICEPSubscribe to be the first to see new content! http://bit.ly/2aWQXw9 Check out our 100-200 GPS Scoreboard https://bit.ly/2PSakev Check out our Brand Store: http://IgnitionCollection.com Instagram: http://bit.ly/22Yp1yw AutoTopNL Facebook Fanpage: http://on.fb.me/1jlG5pQ #AutoTopNLUK: Auto-Top is an honest and pure car filming and testing company. We're not interested in eco & green (unless it's like, really superfast). Screaming exhausts, whining superchargers and blowing turbo's is what we want to hear! We review all sorts of performance cars. In the different playlists you can enjoy exhaust sounds, acceleration tests (0-100, 0-200) with launch control, onboard cams and the revving sound of each car. Exotic cars, hothatches, power sedans. We have it all!DE: Wir nehmen alle möglichen leistungsstarken Autos unter ein Lupe. In den verschiedenen Playlists könnt ihr ausreizende Sounds genießen, Beschleunigungstests (0-100, 0-200) mit Startkontrolle, onboard-Kameras und den hochtourigen Sound der Autos. Exotische Autos, sportliche Kompaktwagen und kraftvolle Limousinen. Wir haben sie alle!FR: A travers les différentes playlists, vous pourrez apprécier des bruits d’échappements, des tests d’accélérations (0- 100, 0-200), des caméras embarquées ainsi que le son à l’accélération des voitures. Des voitures de rallyes aux berlines surpuissantes en passant par des bolides hors-norme...nous avons tout ce qu’il vous faut !PL: Testujemy i oceniamy samochody - w naszych playlistach posłuchasz dźwięku silników, obejrzysz testy przyspieszenia (0-100, 0-200) z launch control, kamerami wewnątrz kabiny i wibrującym dźwiękiem każdego samochodu. Egzotyczne auta, hothatch, sportowe sedany - znajdziesz je wszystkie tutaj!IT: Auto-Top è una società che si occupa di riprese e test drive. Non siamo interessati a macchine che consumano o inquinano poco (a meno che non siamo veramente veloci). Noi vogliamo sentire scarichi che urlano e turbo che soffiano!! Facciamo recensioni su ogni tipo di auto sportiva. Nelle nostre playlist troverai sound di scarichi, riprese onboard, test di accelerazione con launch control (0-100, 0-200) e il suono unico e riconoscibile di ogni auto. Supersportive, hothatches e berline cavallate.. Proviamo di tutto!!ES: Auto-Top es una empresa de pruebas y grabación de coches sincera. No estamos interesados en la ecología. Tubos de escape rugiendo y motores echando humo, es todo lo que nos interesa oir! Hacemos reviews de todo tipo de coches. En las listas de reproducción podéis encontrar desde sonidos del ultramundo hasta tests de aceleración (0-100, 0-200), cámaras a bordo de los coches, hasta el sonido de aceleración de cada coche. Coches exóticos, coches compactos, deportivos. Lo tenemos todo!

Sony has sold 13.4 million PS5s Breaking News

Sony’s PlayStation 5 sales remain relatively steady and strong, with 3.3 million units sold in fiscal Q2 compared to 2.2 million last quarter, bringing total sales to 13.4 million units, Sony announced. Game sales were also up significantly at 76.4 million units compared to 63.6 million in the previous quarter, due in large part to third-party sales.

All told, this amounted to a healthy 27 percent boost in gaming revenue to 645.4 billion yen ($5.68 billion). However, operating income of 82.7 billion yen ($728 million) was down compared to last quarter by 3.4 billion yen ($29 million). Sony’s fiscal year ends on March 31, 2022.

So how can profit be lower when sales and revenue are up? While Sony did sell more games last quarter, first-party titles dropped very significantly, from 10.5 million last quarter to 7.6 million in Q2. That was offset in numbers by third-party games, but those don’t tend to be as profitable. Both Microsoft and Sony have acquired gaming studios to boost their Xbox/PS first-party titles, but Microsoft has been more prolific in that regard.

And while PS5 sales were up, PS4 units dropped considerably, down to just 200,000 from a half a million the quarter before. Other factors that Sony mentioned are a “loss resulting from strategic price points for PS5 hardware that were set lower than manufacturing costs.” That means that Sony may have sold the PS5 with minimal or negative profits this quarter, although in August, the company said it was no longer selling the PS5 at a loss.

Despite the drop in quarterly income, Sony’s gaming division appears to be on pretty solid footing. In its August earnings call, Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki told investors that the company believes it will eclipse the 14.8 million unit sales achieved by the PlayStation 4 in its first year. PS5 sales are tracking close to that figure.

The company also said at the time that it had secured enough components for 22.6 million units sold by March 2022. That would be enough to meet its sales projections, but if sales really explode during the holidays, it may not have a lot of margin for error — meaning shortages could continue through next year.

Cop26: Activist Louis VI on how we can bridge the gap on climate conversations between generations Videos

As a musician and rapper, Louis Butler dons the title of Louis VI. But when Hurricane Maria struck Dominica in 2017, obliterating the island his dad’s family are from, Butler had a renewed sense of urgency to engage in climate activism alongside his art.“The Global South, the places that people of colour are from are already feeling the effects of climate change – it’s not something that will happen in the future,” he says.As part of the Dominican diaspora in the UK, Butler feels he must speak up for the island nations.“Degradation and exploitation of the environment isn’t something that’s new news - it goes all the way back to colonialism and slavery.”So when Tanya Noushka Ramsurrun, a friend and member of the People of Colour Creatives was creating a short film about people of colour and climate change, Butler immediately got on board as a script writer, music composer and presenter. Though the 5-day turnaround was “a mad one”, the film titled ‘The World is Yours’ sparked conversations about green policies amongst BAME youth in the run up to the 2019 general election.It’s a double-edged sword because everyone should be making greener decisions, but the onus is not entirely on individuals. It’s also our responsibility to hold those who are responsible, accountable.While Butler is hopeful in the lead up to COP-26, where he’ll be delivering a keynote speech, he doesn’t think think leaders understand the urgency with which they must act.“It’s a step in the right direction and definitely good work. But we could be doing so much more,” he says. “The science says changes have to be made by 2030, not 2050 – and science isn’t negotiable.”This delayed reaction is exacerbated by intergenerational disconnect, which Butler says “has never been more apparent.” Lowering the voting age can help bridge this gap he feels exists between the older generations’ leaders, companies and CEOs and younger generations who want the ability to influence meaningful decisions.“The younger generation are people whose future we’re fighting for – we see through the lies and empty promises.”But he’s optimistic about the results we could reap if systemic change was implemented to protect the environment – particularly through the international exchange of innovative green technologies.“There’s an opportunity to create a really exciting future world where we get to have rich experiences with nature,” he says, adding that people could have “coolest and wickedest time” to really hammer home the potential glory of living on a healthier planet.Subscribe to the Evening Standard on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RQon_YwCnp_LbPtEwW65w?sub_confirmation=1

Biden to attend COP26 without own climate deal Videos

Pressure is on President Joe Biden to deliver his climate change programs, as he and Democrats race to wrap up negotiations ahead of two global summits. Arriving empty handed in Glasgow could hinder Biden's ability to strike deals. (Oct. 28)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: https://apnews.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP Facebook: https://facebook.com/APNews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ ​You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/04425696e25846f49ccea83ad3c242d6

Samsung posts record-high revenue thanks to its chip and mobile businesses Breaking News

The third quarter of 2021 was a record breaker for Samsung, which posted a revenue of 73.98 trillion Korean won or US$63.1 billion. That’s 10 percent higher from the same period last year. It also reported an operating profit of 15.82 trillion Korean won or U$13.5 billion, which is 26 percent higher than the previous quarter’s.

Despite the pandemic, the tech giant’s semiconductor business posted 26.4 trillion won or US$22.6 billion in revenue, thanks to a strong demand for computers due to companies implementing work-from-home arrangements. Its DRAM sales, mainly for servers, continue to grow and is the leading factor for the division’s stellar performance. Samsung says it was able to do business as usual despite the global shortage in chip components “by flexibly operating its product mix.”

In addition to its chip business, Samsung’s mobile division also contributed greatly to its record-breaking third quarter. It saw an improvement from the previous quarter, with its 28.42 trillion won or U$24.2 billion in revenue, thanks to strong sales of its mass-market lineup and its flagship models. The latter includes its new foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3, though the company admitted that the bigger marketing investments for its foldables affected the division’s total profits.

It’s also thanks to the high demand for its phones that Samsung’s display business was able to post 8.86 trillion won or US$7.5 billion in revenue. Display earnings were up from the previous quarter primarily due to the higher demand for small to medium OLED panels despite a sluggish demand for bigger panels.

Samsung remains optimistic for the fourth quarter, as well as for next year, but it didn’t provide specific guidance for its chip business due to the ongoing component supply issue affecting various industries. It expects continued high demand for PCs and servers, nonetheless. For the fourth quarter specifically, it’s expecting even higher earnings “due to expanded supply of SoCs and related products for launches of new 5G smartphones in 2022.”