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Best blade for H3 Neo: 5-ply, 7-ply or ALC?

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Topic: Best blade for H3 Neo: 5-ply, 7-ply or ALC?
Posted By: TT newbie
Subject: Best blade for H3 Neo: 5-ply, 7-ply or ALC?
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 1:12pm
What do you guys think?
I tried myself every combo. All with T64 on BH.
With 5-ply (Hurricane Hao) I felt it lacks speed if I don´t swing very fast.
With arylate-carbon blade (ZJK) it was too stiff with poor control. Speed was ok.
Right now I´m using a 7-ply blade (Persson Powerplay) but sometimes it hasn´t enough speed.
Should I use a faster 7-ply like P700? Or a softer composite blade like ALC?



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Posted By: Mickael
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 1:37pm
Zjk yan an ma long zhandoug chen qui... are using arylate carbon, so dont search anymore it must be something special with h3. If u r a pen holder yeo is used by 2 very famous ma lin and xu xin so again ur search is over. Get one and train u will surely succeed.

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Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit FL
Donic Bluestorm Z1 2.1 FH
Xiom Omega 7 Pro 2.0 BH
USATT Level around 2350


Posted By: davidwhang
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 2:04pm
YEO for H3 Neo!!

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Blade: Yasaka Gatien Extra (Penhold)
FH: DHS Hurricane 3 Neo (Black - 2.15mm - 41 deg)
BH: 729 Focus III Snipe (Red - 2.10mm - 42 deg)
Weight: 168.57g


Posted By: decoi
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 4:06pm
clipper wood cant go wrong with it. HH or yeo too

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Blade: DHS Hurricane Hao
FH: TG3 BS
BH: Xiom Omega 4 Aisa

Blade: Hurricane Hao 2 (656)
Fh: Dhs Gold Arc 3
Bh: Stiga Tour H
http://www.youtube.com/user/decoyla?feature=mhee


Posted By: crackfst
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 4:09pm
Originally posted by Mickael Mickael wrote:

Zjk yan an ma long zhandoug chen qui... are using arylate carbon, so dont search anymore it must be something special with h3. If u r a pen holder yeo is used by 2 very famous ma lin and xu xin so again ur search is over. Get one and train u will surely succeed.

doesent ma long use a all wood 7 ply(PG7). i know he uses timo boll spirit for a short while though so it worked ok for him too.

also ma lin uses skyline 2 not H3 neo


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Darker Speed 90 Jpen
Tenergy 64


Posted By: rossicarbon
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 7:25pm
Try stiga optimum sync, optimum plus or DHS H-TP, these are 5 plies hard feeling blade. These blades are good with hurricane neo rubbers.


Posted By: decoi
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 7:42pm
you dont need the same blade as the chinese pros..

msot 7 ply blades will do well. any blade without balsa or any soft woods. 
stiff, medoim flexy 5 ply blades

anything similar to clipper



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Blade: DHS Hurricane Hao
FH: TG3 BS
BH: Xiom Omega 4 Aisa

Blade: Hurricane Hao 2 (656)
Fh: Dhs Gold Arc 3
Bh: Stiga Tour H
http://www.youtube.com/user/decoyla?feature=mhee


Posted By: ttping85
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 9:30pm
Rosewood NCT V or VII are good options depending if you prefer 5 or 7 plies and if you are looking for speed or control. 

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Posted By: khmd
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 10:44pm
both joola wing fast (5-ply) and joola viva (7-ply) have good control and speed

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Posted By: qiqiyan
Date Posted: 04/28/2013 at 11:17pm
Any opinion on hurricane 3 neo on Timo Boll ZLC?
I just started playing with it (switching from grippy-less T05). Still trying to get used to it.



Posted By: LUCKYLOOP
Date Posted: 04/29/2013 at 5:41am
Would a light balsa wood work ?

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Hntr Fl / 4H & BH Xiom Sigma Pro 2 2.0
Yinhe T-2 / 4H Xiom Sig Pro 2 2.0 BH Xiom Omega IV Elite Max
Gam DC / 4H DHS Hurricane 8 39deg 2.1 BH GD CC LP OX
HARDBAT / Hock 3 ply / Frenshp Dr Evil OX


Posted By: loop+loop
Date Posted: 04/29/2013 at 5:52am
Don't change equipment too often. Work on training and technique.Smile


Posted By: panany
Date Posted: 04/29/2013 at 7:19pm
in fact just depend your power...
in china lot of coach say... if use only forehand same xu xin and ma lin you can use wood if use backhand and forehand more often use carbon..

after 5 or 7 ply is just feeling....


Posted By: decoi
Date Posted: 04/29/2013 at 8:18pm
BALSA.. with anything related to Hurricane is a NO NO unless u want to chop and even then still no

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Blade: DHS Hurricane Hao
FH: TG3 BS
BH: Xiom Omega 4 Aisa

Blade: Hurricane Hao 2 (656)
Fh: Dhs Gold Arc 3
Bh: Stiga Tour H
http://www.youtube.com/user/decoyla?feature=mhee


Posted By: beeray1
Date Posted: 04/29/2013 at 11:11pm
Dude 5, 7, ALC all work just fine. H3 isn't as picky as people make it seem. I like to think it's very nice on just 5-ply. Sure there must be something nice with ALC and H3, but keep in mind it's a popular trend for players who can make other world class players look like chumps. So it does not at all mean that it would be magic for us! 




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Offensive S
R47
Vega Japan


Posted By: GSOM_GSOM11
Date Posted: 04/30/2013 at 6:14am
If you gonna use T64 on BH, try find a softer Viscaria (maybe a chinese clone).
 
Otherwize Clipper (esp. asian version 6.2 - 6.3mm thick) goes well, but T64 is less controllable with it, too jumpy and catapulty. Clipper is better with Nittaku HPB, Renanos Hold or Bright Hard, maybe Sriver G3.


Posted By: power7
Date Posted: 04/30/2013 at 8:28am
I play with it on a 7 ply dhs pg7.  It seems fine to me.  But I've been playing with 7ply all wood blade my entire tt life of twenty or  so years.

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DHS PG-7, H3 Neo, 729-5

Butterfly Power-7, Red TG2 Neo 39degree, Black Donic Bluefire M1


Posted By: bluebucket
Date Posted: 04/30/2013 at 10:13am
Balsa blades are far and I mean far superior than conventional 5 or 7 plies for the dhs rubbers if you attack at the table. FAR superior. Not so good once you get away from the table. I would choose a balsa if you play near the table only or a hard 5 ply from distance. I can't see the purpose in a normal soft 7 ply unless you want something in the middle of the two more ideal setups


Posted By: power7
Date Posted: 04/30/2013 at 11:31am
I like 7 ply for their stiffness and liveliness.  Composites are stiff but have very little feedback because of less vibration.  

5 ply feel soft on contact when swinging fast with them.  Almost like the ball disappeared into the racket.  With hard rubbers there's a vagueness right after contact.  Soft rubbers on a 5 ply during high speed attacks, for me, is like playing with butter.


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DHS PG-7, H3 Neo, 729-5

Butterfly Power-7, Red TG2 Neo 39degree, Black Donic Bluefire M1



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