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    The best way is not listen to anyone but yourself,

    try to borrow both rackets and try them out.
    (Some store has the try out program.)

    It is depends on many factor.

    (the speed and magnitude of your stroke, the strings,
    the climate, the bird....)

    If you are skill player, any racket is great..

    Just like some Ku Fu movies, the best swordman can just use a stick to kill..

    Good luck.

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    guys there...i just own an AT900P(3U) n strung it with BG66(26lbs) 2 weeks ago...n i already use it for couple of games....indeed this is a very good racquet.....it gives very powerful smashes...for those who like to play more on offensive... this will be a racquet which is worth to buy.........

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    I just got my Armortec 900 Technique yesterday 4U/G5 (yes I like 4U rackets) strung at 26 lbs. with BG 80. I can't wait to try it out, I've been swinging it in my bedroom luckily I haven't hit anything yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Fish View Post
    I just got my Armortec 900 Technique yesterday 4U/G5 (yes I like 4U rackets) strung at 26 lbs. with BG 80. I can't wait to try it out, I've been swinging it in my bedroom luckily I haven't hit anything yet.
    welcome to the club.........
    and just dont hit the window

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    Please ignore this post I accidentally posted twice.
    Last edited by Dead Fish; 07-13-2008 at 10:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    welcome to the club.........
    and just dont hit the window
    No worries, I just hit my fish tank. Luckily I was comparing it to an ancient racket (Carlton Aerogear 180) and the fish died long ago. Or at least I think so, still haven't found it's body after four months... The Carlton survived but it now has a nasty scratch on it's frame.

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    Tried my friend's AT 900T, 4U G4 with BG 80. I kept hitting out of bounds. Should I try 3U instead? Or it wont make too much different, i just need to learn how to control it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK117 View Post
    Tried my friend's AT 900T, 4U G4 with BG 80. I kept hitting out of bounds. Should I try 3U instead? Or it wont make too much different, i just need to learn how to control it....
    ok
    Anyone had any opinions?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK117 View Post
    ok
    Anyone had any opinions?

    thanks
    I think you just need to learn how to control it. The weight increase will make it slightly more powerful.

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    ^ agree with phandrew

    @ any rate, I like the at900P 3ug5 so much that I bought a 2nd back up one. My main racquets used to be 2 mp100's, but after I tried the at900P, there was no going back~ I tried the technique too, but it just wasn't for me.

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    ic, i used to think light racket means faster swing speed, thus, more distance.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    ^ agree with phandrew

    @ any rate, I like the at900P 3ug5 so much that I bought a 2nd back up one. My main racquets used to be 2 mp100's, but after I tried the at900P, there was no going back~ I tried the technique too, but it just wasn't for me.
    Maybe cos my MP100 was 2U, when i tried the AT900P the power was slightly less, so i just got another MP100 Incidently i agree with the yonex chart where AT900P sat exactly where MP100 was, i found it offered no difference in power and control, however defence was a tad harder. I can see why a lot of ppl find it easier to smash with AT900P than MP100, its easier to generate the head momentum with the head heavy AT900P and softer shaft compared to MP100.

    I have an AT900T its a part of my faster midcourt game racquet along with Arc10 when i'm playing games where i know i won't smash much. The AT900T actually feels very fast to play with, especially switching from a 2U MP100, defends very nicely and since its very head heavy its easy to flick smashes back to the baseline. Smashes are decent but make no mistake its not a heavy smashing racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moggy View Post
    Maybe cos my MP100 was 2U, when i tried the AT900P the power was slightly less, so i just got another MP100 Incidently i agree with the yonex chart where AT900P sat exactly where MP100 was, i found it offered no difference in power and control, however defence was a tad harder. I can see why a lot of ppl find it easier to smash with AT900P than MP100, its easier to generate the head momentum with the head heavy AT900P and softer shaft compared to MP100.

    I have an AT900T its a part of my faster midcourt game racquet along with Arc10 when i'm playing games where i know i won't smash much. The AT900T actually feels very fast to play with, especially switching from a 2U MP100, defends very nicely and since its very head heavy its easy to flick smashes back to the baseline. Smashes are decent but make no mistake its not a heavy smashing racquet.
    The AT900P actually sits to the right more than MP100 making it a more solid feel on impact racket.

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    Just got my new AT900T in 3UG5. Excellent racket, best of the best!

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    is a amortec power 900 4u good?

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    Good? In terms of what? Power, Durability, etc... a 3U is better btw, if you can handle it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaoyut View Post
    is a amortec power 900 4u good?
    Yes it's good, better than wooden racquets for sure.

    All these 'good'/'better' things depend upon your personal preference. If you're a wristy defensive player who prefers using head-light racquets, the at900p 4u may not be 'good'.

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