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    dave, those fluorescent lamps emit some UVs.

    In a hot gym, IR is everywhere. Also, if they dont use flourescent lamps, mercury and tungsten bulbs generates IR too.

    Since it's so expensive, one could wear it as casual clothing too.
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    I'm looking from a "lay-person's" point of view ... flourescent and indoor-lighting, I'd assume they don't emit enough heat to bother the players. Is this an incorrect assumption?

    Casual clothing? Yeah, I suppose so. For me, plain casual-T's are enough (personal taste).

    -dave
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    Ynexfan2003,

    Do you have scans of the MP66 and MP88.
    I'd be most interested to see the photos and info.

    Thanks

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    Hmm, those pictures of the new at800 are a different color than the pics i have seen previously. i thought one of them was supposed to be green?

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    mmmm.....RRPŁ150....so they should be priced at around AT700 level then........

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    Hmm, those pictures of the new at800 are a different color than the pics i have seen previously. i thought one of them was supposed to be green?
    I agree... And i think i saw a red AT800 in some previous post. Oh well... maybe the old ones we saw were unreleased samples and these are the final color schemes.
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    yes, i heard there were some minor changes made to the AT800 for the final production version release.

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    Man, I can't wait until the at800 comes out and we get some reviews on it. I was going to purchase the at500 but now i think i'll wait.

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    Originally posted by SheldonZhang
    mmmm.....RRPŁ150....so they should be priced at around AT700 level then........
    Sheldon, you can get the AT700 for Ł110 at Central Sports now.

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    I don't have a scanner attached to the pc I'm using at the moment, so I can't post any more pics just now. I had a brief look at the AT-800 when I was at the Central Sports market stall; to be honest, I don't think "it's all that". I prefer the look and feel of the AT-700, and I'm not even so keen on that. The racquet felt too light (only available in 4u in the UK) and despite having an "extra stiff" shaft, I found it too flexible (the rep's jaw almost hit the floor when I tried the flexibility test posted somewhere on BF ; but I stopped bending back the shaft when I heard the small cracking noises just in case the next buyer might be a bit disappointed with his purchase . Better to be safe than sorry; you know how fussy some people can be about their racquets ) .
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    Originally posted by Scriber
    Hmm, those pictures of the new at800 are a different color than the pics i have seen previously. i thought one of them was supposed to be green?
    Yes, there were some last minute color changes made to the AT800 for the final production version

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    Originally posted by ynexfan2003
    I don't have a scanner attached to the pc I'm using at the moment, so I can't post any more pics just now. I had a brief look at the AT-800 when I was at Central Sports market stall; to be honest, I don't think "it's all that". I prefer the look and feel of the AT-700, and I'm not even so keen on that. The racquet felt too light (only available in 4u in the UK) and despite having an "extra stiff" shaft, I found it too flexible (the rep's jaw almost hit the floor when I tried the flexibility test posted somewhere on BF of bending back the shaft until I heard small cracking noises ) .
    LOL, did he force u to buy that AT800?

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    Which MP rackets will be in the 2004 catalogue?

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    Some of the shirts are already available during the 2003 season.. how come they post it in 2004 catalog?

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    They are probably just some carry overs.

    Mp rackets in 2004? I don't know much about UK, but in TW, the whole line still exist plus the new 2X and 3X and 4X and 66 rackets.

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    Originally posted by MusclePower100
    Which MP rackets will be in the 2004 catalogue?
    MP99, MP88, MP66, MP44, MP30, MP28, MP23

    There are some other racquets; the upper range ones I haven't mentioned are AT-300 and CAB20MS (3U), CAB10MS (2U).

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    Hi ynexfan2003.....could you post pics of AT-300 and cab10MS when you have your scanner again? Thx!!

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