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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2018, 00:33 
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Hi, I ahve noticed that people have quite thin sponges or even ox in their LPs. I have now 1615 with 1,5mm sponges. What are the differences with these different thicknesses`?

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Same as with inverted a thicker sponge generally provides more speed and spin.


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My two penneth: OX and thinner sponges are more disruptive near the table while thicker sponges help with better spin manipulation away from the table


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