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    Default whip sounding smash..

    what's the best racket, string an tension for that loud whippin smashin sound??
    what racket does Fu Haifeng use?? or Jung jee Sung?

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    ......well if u want the loudest whip sound ever,
    get a whip..
    there are numerous posts in this forum that explain the
    relationship between flex shaft and stiff shaft , head light head heavy
    plus high and low tension differences, just dig into some old post
    or hit the serach function and u'r bound to find the info u need.

    knowing how things works then it depends on your own strength
    and technique to find the right combo that work best..
    Last edited by chessymonkey; 01-15-2007 at 02:15 PM.

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    Just swing fast. It's fun.

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    basically, swing with your arm, then at the apex of your swing, snap your wrist (this shoudl also be the time when you hit the birdie). should work, depends on the racquet how loud

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    snap your wrist? yeah, if you want to snap your wrist...

    i think you mean pronate your arm... those two commonly get confused.

    the wrist isn't really used much other than to vary the angle in which your racquet face will meet the cork...

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    I know how to smash..lol.. very fast ,, but was just interested if anybody had any information about rackets..

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    Head light rackets give good whip, high tension rackets also give the best whip, also BG66 or thin string gives a good whip. Merge all three together to get your whipping sound! Something like a NS8K strung with BG66/85/95 at 28lbs.

    ...Or you could just get a whip!

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    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.
    that would be great! thanks in advance!

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    i disagree, if you swung a carlton 4:3 and a yonex Nanospeed, the sound would be very different, especially as each string has a different sound.

    Have you thought about the shuttlecock also? Feather, Plastic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.
    nice...Show your power!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leo29
    i disagree, if you swung a carlton 4:3 and a yonex Nanospeed, the sound would be very different, especially as each string has a different sound.

    Have you thought about the shuttlecock also? Feather, Plastic?
    I'm talking about relatively speaking, not extreme extremes. And ceteris paribus/all other things being equal. I don't know the Carlton 4:3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.
    we might see how he break his racket in the video too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Silver-
    we might see how he break his racket in the video too!!
    LOL!!!!!!! the whole racquet would split into a million pieces!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.
    please do

    but instead of whip, we might going to hear bomb...

    lol

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    The Panda In The Chest Shot (PITCS) is long overdued after numerous requests .

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The racket you use will be minimal in the causality of sound. It's the person swinging the racket...

    ...if I can, tonight, I'll do a video of the NGP using an assortment of rackets and you'll hear basically the same sound from the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    The Panda In The Chest Shot (PITCS) is long overdued after numerous requests .
    I didn't go, felt under the weather. Resting early today and hopefully test tomorrow.

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