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    Theoretically 4U is 'the' racket

    Of course if that material as claimed by yonex works

    and can withstand high tension and some hard hitting as well

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    Just try the VT80 4UG5 JP for a few hours today.

    First impression is smash and clear are great.
    And defense is not bad.(Better than AT800OF)

    But I think I still need some time to try, in order to give more information.
    I will try again tmr night.

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    can someone confirm that bangkok is selling vt80 at myr380?

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    Tried the VT80 3U4 JP today

    first impression is this racket is a perfect racket for single. with higher durability of the frame, this racket is a clear winner between VT80 and AT700.

    i can see improvement on my smashes......but still need to work on control.

    this racket seems flexible by flexing-the-shaft test, but during play, i can say that it`s at least as stiff as Arc8DX.

    this is one hell of head-heavy beast for 3U. For anyone that play double, i suggest getting the 4U as it swings faster.
    the head-heavy feeling is the same as when i first tried AT700. but it was 2 years ago which i might have forgotten how the feeling actually was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xen0303 View Post
    my regular seller quote me just RM560 for vt80 ~usd 185
    i foudn a shop in Kota Damansara selling this racquet for onli RM4xx.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylanncs11 View Post
    i foudn a shop in Kota Damansara selling this racquet for onli RM4xx.....
    what shop? for really? then, how much discounts are given? 40%? ridiculous price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    can someone confirm that bangkok is selling vt80 at myr380?
    Has to be a fake really or you heard the price wrongly

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    Anyone noticed this from for VT80 website? http://www.yonex.com/voltric80/main.html
    found it funny (go under functions&details then scroll right 2 X):
    The sound filter is positioned at 10 and 2 o clock to reduce high pitched sound and dull waves. In turn this produces a louder and sharper sound to unsettle opponents ...
    What a crazy technology this is. I'll scare my opponent to death with this racquet. It shouldn't be called filter but sound amplifier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verybadplayer View Post
    Anyone noticed this from for VT80 website? http://www.yonex.com/voltric80/main.html
    found it funny (go under functions&details then scroll right 2 X):
    The sound filter is positioned at 10 and 2 o clock to reduce high pitched sound and dull waves. In turn this produces a louder and sharper sound to unsettle opponents ...
    What a crazy technology this is. I'll scare my opponent to death with this racquet. It shouldn't be called filter but sound amplifier.
    Filter coz it reduces (filters out) high pitched sound and dull waves, thus leaving only that 'louder and sharper' sound ( whatever sound that is..could it be a big 'DIIIIIIIIINK'? )

    I won't call it an amp unless yonex can prove how many Db does the sound are amplified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlaShEr View Post
    Filter coz it reduces (filters out) high pitched sound and dull waves, thus leaving only that 'louder and sharper' sound ( whatever sound that is..could it be a big 'DIIIIIIIIINK'? )

    I won't call it an amp unless yonex can prove how many Db does the sound are amplified.
    the only sound i hear is the Yonex marketing dept running in high gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    the only sound i hear is the Yonex marketing dept running in high gear.
    or "KACHIIIING"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlaShEr View Post
    or "KACHIIIING"
    lol. I wonder if anyone would open up their racquet to verify what this "famous" sound filter might be. Ya. I sound like those ppl who buy the latest apple gadget and crack it open from a to z.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verybadplayer View Post
    lol. I wonder if anyone would open up their racquet to verify what this "famous" sound filter might be. Ya. I sound like those ppl who buy the latest apple gadget and crack it open from a to z.
    haha.
    I also wonder what material does Yonex use for the sound filter.

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    Yonex are now implementing some sort of 'psychological war' technique into their racket design..heheh.
    I don't know what this sound filter is, but maybe some sort of foam or insulation material (cotton :P ) or could be some small gremlins . I know they use foams in between jet engines cowlings to minimise the unwanted loud noise.

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    just had a look at Yonex UK website, and apparently, they listed the VT 80 being 3U G4 as opposed with VT 70 4U, G4. That's new..given the fact that all of AT here are 4Us.

    looks like they'll release the players sleeveless tribal shirt too. Probably during the AE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    just got info from the folks at Synergy Badminton that they will be getting the VT80 in stock on Tuesday. will go and check it out after work.
    SynergyBadminton says they have received the VT80. and also it looks like other places are getting theirs as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Theoretically 4U is 'the' racket

    Of course if that material as claimed by yonex works

    and can withstand high tension and some hard hitting as well
    Are we going to see a 5U soon?

    What's next?

    A full size racquet with the weight of a toothpick? If the technology is possible (in reducing the weight) while the shuttle is still the same weight, can we be able to propel it with enough power minus the mass behind the racquet?

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