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08-19-2007, 05:41 PM #239
I have used Nanogy 95 for 1 month (24x26) now, just perfect, powerful and DUABLE!!
09-08-2007, 02:07 AM #240
NBG98 is Much better !
Better power and hitting soung then the 66 but
yet much more durable !
Love it very much..
09-14-2007, 04:43 AM #241
which one will product better sound either thick or think diameter of string? .. or more exact, im comparing bg80 and bg66. I never try bg80 but im using bg66 currently ..
09-14-2007, 04:53 AM #242
BG66 will sound better (higher pitch, crisper) for every thing but the smash. BG80 will give you that deep BOOM sounding smash, assuming that's what you're after.
09-18-2007, 06:07 PM #243
is ashaway micropower TI the same thing as ashaway micropower? (Tad's is selling TI so i was just wondering =])...ohoh does MP produce a nice boom sound like bg80 too?
09-25-2007, 06:17 AM #244
Hi guys, just wondering, I am looking at using the nanology 95 strings on a carlton carbon tt, I am a fairly defensive player but can rely on a powerful smash when I need to. On the whole I want to generate more power with a real whack on impact. I play at a reasonable club level, and play 2 - 3 times a week. I just wondered, what tension would be best using these strings and this racket ? any more information you require to give me an answer just ask and hopefully I can provide
cheers guys, I really appreciate your input
09-25-2007, 08:44 AM #245
09-25-2007, 08:49 AM #246
Depends on the durability you want. Just about all control players I know play with BG66 and BG85 or thereabouts (thin string). Switching strings is not going to make that much more power so I'd recommend going for the best feeling string, which also happen to give you excellent pop.
NBG95 and 98 are tremendous strings for what they are; they are for heavy bombers who want durability. To me, they are not a control string. But then again, if you good, you can play with whatever you want.
With respect to tension, go with what's comfortable with you.
The equipment is not the most important thing, the player is.
09-25-2007, 09:48 AM #247
09-25-2007, 09:59 AM #248
09-25-2007, 10:15 AM #249
my Ashaway MP seems to go out of place a lot. even before playing. even right after the stringing job is done! why?
its a new stringer in a new city and its kinda like my first time trying out the MP. i did a couple of rackets on different occassions but they are all like that! strings moving out of place. lousy stringer?
09-25-2007, 10:26 AM #250
I am not changing strings, the factory strings on the Carbon TT broke after 3 times of use, so now I need to put new strings in, and I am more concerned about what would be the best tension to go for, I know the old "player not the equipment" thing, but I just wanted some advice on the best tension to start with. Everyone has a preferable tension, but if I am honest I dont have one, up until now I have used a mp88 at 23lbs, (I think ) but I want to know for my style of play what would be a good place to start, then if I dont like it I can change, go higher or lower, but based on you guys superior knowledge I wondered what you would suggest.
Last edited by Term`; 09-25-2007 at 10:29 AM.
09-25-2007, 10:31 AM #251
also, what kinda sound does the NBG95 generate, the defualt strings on the Carbon TT made a great boom on impact which I like
09-25-2007, 11:40 AM #252
However, I prefer NBG95 at higher tensions. Lower tensions don't really maximize the true potential of NBG95 which is:
+Higher tension, excellent repulsion and super durability.
09-25-2007, 11:41 AM #253
09-25-2007, 12:47 PM #254
ok, well my racket only really goes upto 28lbs, so I was thinking 25 - 26
will this be too low ? :/
09-25-2007, 12:54 PM #255
Your racket only "going up to 28lbs." doesn't really mean much. I've strung Cab 20s at 30lbs. and they are rated 18-22lbs. And these Cab 20s are more durable than most of the current rackets out now.
So again, if you have/find a competent stringer, just about any current/new racket can be strung at 28lbs.
Saaaaay, you said you usually use 23lbs. 28lbs. is too big of a jump. If you want to go higher, try 25lbs. first.
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