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    Default The sound that smashing produce

    erm how issit possible to have that ''whipping'' sound effect when u smash ??

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKLt7_rgl_o

    look at the guy smashing at LCW [ 2nd bird ]

    Anybody have any tips for mi ??

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    As you said, it's the fast whipping of the racket head thru the air that makes that sound. Made possible if you have perfect timing of wrist pronation/flexion.

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    I just love the smash sound its about power, strings and where you hit it

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    Must say it's the strings and the speed at impact (sweetspot) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Must say it's the strings and the speed at impact (sweetspot) !
    Thats what i just said

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    the 'whipping' sound is much before the impact, so it can't possibly be the strings - judging from the tbh vid

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    can anyone confirm that at 0.33 second ... TBH is using an ARC10 not a ARCZ

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    it is different to some other racquets he was using. it cold be an arc 10, but i'm not definite.

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    it's an arc z slash. the colour looks strange because of the bluish light flood light used to capture high speed video.

    yonex was using it's stable of shuttlers to try to set a world record.

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    Thanks alot for replying , was wondering , where is the sweet spot ??

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