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Thread: Kason TSF 300 vs SoTx Woven 12
09-15-2006, 10:35 AM #18
Jerby,I think the meaning of the "counterforce" is very close to repulsion.Thank you for this.When I hit a birdie with TSF300A,I don't feel acutely vibration to my wrist, but the birdie is faster a bit..
09-15-2006, 11:00 AM #19
"repulsion" is actually the shuttle 'bounching' of the racket very easy: it takes little effort for the player to make the shuttle bounce. a shaft (or string) that ahs good repulsion can be described as "springy" or "bouncy"
vibration dampeing however has to do with what the player feels. without any vibration dampening the player feels a very hard bounce (wich could lead to injury's). too much dampening makes a racket feel 'dead' because players can't get the nescacery feedback from their racket.
Though, however dead a dampened racket feels it should hit harder: the energy normale translated to your arm now goes back into the shuttle (erm..right? )
09-15-2006, 11:12 AM #20Originally Posted by supercwn
Are you saying it has 5% more "repulsion" at 30lbs compared to a Kason Impact Force 2046 BL
Or 5% more "repulsion" than a Euro E-1000
09-15-2006, 11:48 AM #21Originally Posted by twobeer
anyways...are we really talking about 5%? Not quite a huge increase is it?
Do you know what technology is behind this? any new tech-bits in it? (as you mgiht notice, I like tech-bits ) any info on hów Kason tested this?
09-15-2006, 12:01 PM #22
09-15-2006, 05:08 PM #23
that's a bit disapointing...the top is just yonex muscle power (dating from 2001 or so..) and the bottom one insinuates they have a higehr modulus graphite...wich is nothing new...I was hoping for some new gimmick...darn..
09-15-2006, 07:55 PM #24Originally Posted by jerby
The new material that the TSF200,TSF300 have is ultra thin fiber which only kason uses. It improves elasticity and intensity.
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09-15-2006, 08:19 PM #25Originally Posted by supercwn
It also seem you are not able to provide any info about arcustec apart from the brochure picture which at least to me doesn't explain the theory behind it..
Judging from the picture the arcustec just seems like an ordinare plastic vibration damper put on the top part of the frame (instead of on the sides or bottom where it is most commonly placed).
But I am really interested to know more, if you have any tech. info apart from useless general marketing statements.
09-15-2006, 09:42 PM #26
carbon nano-tube only cover the 2and10clock parts on frame and the shaft.
That's a big different, the theory is right on the pic,due to some reasons,I can't tanslate it well. Obviously, you already have the prejudice,that's no need for me to talk with you again, and seems you still don't know how to treat people. so long...
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09-16-2006, 05:18 AM #27Originally Posted by supercwn
as for "thin fiber". thinner carbon/graphite fibers, or what can be described as a 'higher modulus' graphite (not entirely the same, though I get lost in te details)is also used by Sotx: who makes the woven 12 and 13 in "super carbon" wich is a hihger modulus (wich by the way is véry noticable when you hit with one) Or am I misintrepreting "thin fibre"?
09-16-2006, 11:25 AM #28Originally Posted by supercwn
And believe me I have no, predjudism against any technology. But I am a beleiver in science and facts..
And If you don´t have any ueful info, and think its "rude" to ask for some etails, then I am Gulity . BTW I think you are to easilly offended by some critical questioning
09-16-2006, 12:01 PM #29Originally Posted by Viper2005
01-19-2007, 06:33 AM #30
Kason TSF 300A and 300D
Just got the Kason TSF 300A and 300D today, strung the 300A with NanoGY-95 @ 28/30lbs and strung the 300D with BG-80 @ 28/30lbs.
My review of the 300A: The racket is awsome, very solid, stiff, powerful. Best Doubles racket. Great for smashing and solid control for driving. Very well balanced. A++++++ for power smashing double players.
My review of the 300D: The racket is very similiar to the 300A, difference is in the shaft, less stiff, more flexy. A bit head light compared to 300A, quicker for defensive shots. Excellent for the all around player.
The TSF 300s are a must try for anyone looking to get a new racket!
DinkAlot also tried out the rackets, maybe he can give a review and comparison to Sotx rackets.
01-19-2007, 07:58 AM #31Originally Posted by Viper2005
01-24-2007, 07:23 PM #32
Just a question, are the kason's headlight or head heavy? Anywhere I can purchase them in Canada?
01-24-2007, 07:39 PM #33
300A is head heavy and 300D is even balance.
If you want to buy one, PM me.
Originally Posted by charzord
01-26-2007, 05:31 AM #34
Pictures of Kason 300D
Here are some pictures and specs of the Kason 300D, 3UG5, Ultra-Thin Fiber, Diamond cross-section frame, grommet strip on the top, strung with BG80 @28/30lbs, Added 4 dual grommets at the T-joint, very nice red paint design. Enjoy.
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