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    ohh I see,
    well, Dinkalot lives in the US..where the AT's are "all" in 4U...the poor lad
    so my guess would be he'll not be too fond of them (being a 2U madman )
    I'm curious when Holland catches up on the hype as well...haven't seen too many at900's here...

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    Hi Dinkalot,

    Why the rating for Yonex TH version is always lower than others??? Please explain clearly! "Pro"

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    Quote Originally Posted by stvliew View Post
    Hi Dinkalot,

    Why the rating for Yonex TH version is always lower than others??? Please explain clearly! "Pro"

    This has been mentioned many times, but I guess I'll repeat again, the overall rating is lower for TH rackets because consistently, the build quality and durability is inferior to CH/JP/US coded rackets.

    This has been my experience from purchasing over 50 TH coded rackets and comparing them to CN/JP/US coded rackets. And I've seen/experienced/tested another 100 or so more different SP, TH coded rackets.

    If Yonex's warranty is not concern, get an SP coded racket from HK. That's seems to be the best value the money to quality ratio (as I see minimal differences between SP and CN/JP/US coded rackets). If warranty is a concern, buy from your country coded (assuming Yonex warranties it).

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    No legend? mmmmmmmm post legend plzz

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    I only post what I've used for a period.( say more than 1 month ) First impression is not always trust-worthy.

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    I think vagpwner means a legend to indicate what your lettering means...
    At first it appears S>A>B>C>D... but then the Net column sorta throws the theory off... A looks more like Average than a hi rating there...

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    hahahaha i read the whole thing wrongly..S for sucks...lol sorry i just read it wrongly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    hahahaha i read the whole thing wrongly..S for sucks...lol sorry i just read it wrongly

    Lol... AT800 DE rated as Sucky for Defense... wow.. that's sure to arouse some discontent...

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    I rate AT 900 T as first class...I am technique player..

    However, for some reason my AT 700 works wonders compared to my AT 900T.Somehow i just get less lethargic with the AT 700..

    Anyways both are awesome rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I rate AT 900 T as first class...I am technique player..

    However, for some reason my AT 700 works wonders compared to my AT 900T.Somehow i just get less lethargic with the AT 700..

    Anyways both are awesome rackets.
    please state the U's when making comparison. A 3U and 4U of the same model do feel quite differently, plus i doubt people would string them at the same tension. (ex. 3U at900T can take 28 lbs but i doubt one would string a 4U 900T at 28 lbs)
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    S for super perhaps? haha

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    3 U all the way with 25 lbs BG 80..

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    I've been a SOTX fan lately, hence I've tried a few more SOTX racquets since my initial raquet ratings. All racquets were strung with Goosen R4x100 @26x29 or 27x30lbs, with extra cross strings on top and bottom.
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    with that said, the woven 10i has tentatively replaced my D600 as the main racquet. With more of the prominent BFers trying the woven 10i, I could see it becoming the next D600, as a somewhat maneuverable racquet that packs quite a punch! In brief, it feels like a more stable and explosive version of the NS9000X. The Woven 10i feels stiffer, more stable and solid than the D600. Though I have not tried the woven 7i or 11i...

    Also, despite sotx saying the 10i is the same in stiffness as the 10, I feel the 10i is noticeably stiffer than the 10.
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    ohhhh...now I'm bummed I don't have any 10i's coming in....
    waiting with baited breath for some massive goodie testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsunsun View Post
    I've been a SOTX fan lately, hence I've tried a few more SOTX racquets since my initial raquet ratings. All racquets were strung with Goosen R4x100 @26x29 or 27x30lbs, with extra cross strings on top and bottom.
    after more extensive testing, i want to change the woven 10i smash power rating to 9.75 (yes more than D600) and clear power to 8.5

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