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    Posted: 07/10/2018 at 1:38pm
Good afternoon, dear  table tennis lovers!

Thoroughly did I read  forums and communities for the answer and have come to the decision that i should save money  and get Nittaku Violin blade seriously for good.
Yet the rubber issue has emerged. My playing style can be described as a mix of attacking and defending moments, mostly at the table.
I have now DHS TG7 CP blade with Hurricane III for FH and Kokutakku for BH. And i noticed that the bad sometimes unpredictable in sense of trajectory - sometimes out of table all of a sudden or in the net. Powerful hits are more controllable. So i decided to get another racket.
I dress you for an advice: which rubber would you recommend with the above said? 
As of now i choose Victas VS 401 and Andro Rasanter R42.

My order is awaiting confirmation so i need to know if i should process the order or i might consider some other rubbers.
Thank you! :)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote viva Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/10/2018 at 10:50pm
Tenergy 05 and rasanter R 42 works great !
My trade feedback here:
http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=40170&title=viva-buy-sell-feedback
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thank you for the answer! i think t05 is fast for me... :) ill try it out later, when im cool with the technique.< id="99614">@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);
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wow! whole thread! thanx a lot! :)< id="99614">@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);
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I´ve owned a Violin C and the best rubber I played with it was Tenergy 05. 
Violin is soft and slow, definitely needs a high speed rubber.
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Thank you! The fact is I am mostly not a speedy player, I need exact control over fast game. So far. :)
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https://pingsunday.com/choose-best-equipment/#2_Hard_and_tacky_Chinese_rubber

The Violin is flexible, so you want a medium hard to hard rubber, definitely not a soft rubber.  Your old Chinese Hurricane is worth a try.  
DHS Hurricane Hao 3, Ten. 05, Mizuno GF T45
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Thank you for the link! Much to learn. :)
I think I will keep my HIII on my DHS blade
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I have a Yinhe blade that has the characteristics of the violin and I too use a medium rubber. Because I get extra speed (I'm used to an all+ blade), I can get away with a tacky rubber. I have chosen Jupiter 2 (£19 from www.ttequipment.co.uk) and it pairs really well for me. I'm no advanced league player, so for my level this is a great combo 😀
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I envy - you have made your way and reached for certainty. :) I only complete my order today and can’t wait to see what comes out... thank you!
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