Did some research for any solutions for noisy A/C's. We all have them to some extent. I have a Dometic ducted system and it's much more noisy when utilizing the main vent air dump built into the cover. Not so much when that main vent is closed...but still pretty noisy.
Wacko products has a kit (A/C Silencer DA100) that basically is just taping over the main air dump and forcing air only through the ducts, and also incorporating a special cover that reverses the unit's intake of air, thus "bending the air", which is supposed to aid in even more quietness. You can see it here:
However, I'm wondering if just taping the main air dump and then simply reusing your old cover will accomplish the same thing, or would you really get even more quiet advantage by reversing and "bending the air, as you would if you used Wacko's kit that utilizes a special cover?
You can see someone doing that (without any wacko kit) here:
Just wondering if anyone out there has done both those above procedures at one time and knows if using that special cover (which reverses air intake) also improves even more, beyond just taping the main air dump?