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07-05-2009, 07:46 PM #18
I doubt it would make much difference which of those 6 rackets you chose. Regardless of brand, at that price, none of them are going to use any kind of special technology / quality materials, or anything else that might set them apart from the rest.
I guess it's pretty subjective, but I personally find overall weight generally makes a bigger difference to the feel of a racket than balance.
If you prefer the feel of a lighter racket, then I think with your budget, Kason are your best bet.
They make various rackets that you should be able to find for under $50, including the "Light" (77±2g / 5U) and "Troy" (82±2g / 4U) series'.
Here's a list, incase you're interested:
07-05-2009, 10:27 PM #19
its very good for a beginner
it has loud sound
i've tried it my self and im and high intermediate player
07-20-2009, 10:57 PM #20
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