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Dr Neubauer KO
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Author:  BJ20 [ 04 Jun 2018, 05:37 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

CHARMANDER DEFENDER wrote:
Yes was thinking of DMS Power Pipes 1.5 on Der Materialspezialist Revolution blade
And KO PRO 1.5 on my DonicWUSC.

These combinations should work i think 8)



At present, I am experimenting k.o 1,3mm plus Aggressor 1.3 mm . Disruptive blocking game. passive blocking with k.o and active blocking with Aggressor. I can successfully attack with k.o and Aggressor on my bh . On the fh the blocks from both are great.The only drawback is fh attack .It takes training and technique and just finding the right height of the ball .

Therefore, I think K.O pro + Power pipes should be a pretty good combination too .[/quote]

Nice to hear you can play very well with them Charmender Defender.
Yes next time I'm going to buy Power Pipes 1.5 and KO PRO 1.5 I think. A Test and than afther that I make a choice and start training for new season ;)

Author:  charmander defender [ 04 Jun 2018, 06:36 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

BJ20 wrote:
CHARMANDER DEFENDER wrote:
Yes was thinking of DMS Power Pipes 1.5 on Der Materialspezialist Revolution blade
And KO PRO 1.5 on my DonicWUSC.

These combinations should work i think 8)



At present, I am experimenting k.o 1,3mm plus Aggressor 1.3 mm . Disruptive blocking game. passive blocking with k.o and active blocking with Aggressor. I can successfully attack with k.o and Aggressor on my bh . On the fh the blocks from both are great.The only drawback is fh attack .It takes training and technique and just finding the right height of the ball .

Therefore, I think K.O pro + Power pipes should be a pretty good combination too .


Nice to hear you can play very well with them Charmender Defender.
Yes next time I'm going to buy Power Pipes 1.5 and KO PRO 1.5 I think. A Test and than afther that I make a choice and start training for new season ;)[/quote]

I assume PP on the FH and K.O.pro on the BH? Or twiddling?K.O on the BH is limited to a certain no spin ball and right height- I'd say level to the net or a bit higher, lower than net level it is too complicated to attack balls.

Author:  BJ20 [ 05 Jun 2018, 03:48 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

CHARMANDER DEFENDER wrote:
BJ20 wrote:
CHARMANDER DEFENDER wrote:
Yes was thinking of DMS Power Pipes 1.5 on Der Materialspezialist Revolution blade
And KO PRO 1.5 on my DonicWUSC.

These combinations should work i think 8)



At present, I am experimenting k.o 1,3mm plus Aggressor 1.3 mm . Disruptive blocking game. passive blocking with k.o and active blocking with Aggressor. I can successfully attack with k.o and Aggressor on my bh . On the fh the blocks from both are great.The only drawback is fh attack .It takes training and technique and just finding the right height of the ball .

Therefore, I think K.O pro + Power pipes should be a pretty good combination too .


Nice to hear you can play very well with them Charmender Defender.
Yes next time I'm going to buy Power Pipes 1.5 and KO PRO 1.5 I think. A Test and than afther that I make a choice and start training for new season ;)


I assume PP on the FH and K.O.pro on the BH? Or twiddling?K.O on the BH is limited to a certain no spin ball and right height- I'd say level to the net or a bit higher, lower than net level it is too complicated to attack balls.[/quote]

Only use MP on backhand.
- PowerPipes on Revolution BH and inverted FH
- KO PRO on Donic WSUC BH and inverted on FH

But I twiddle also :) It can be a weapon :devil:
Found normal KO personally to difficult to attack with for my style of play.

Author:  charmander defender [ 12 Jun 2018, 19:39 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

Roy wrote:
Bulldog wrote:
Hi Roy,
Did you play it on your CWX blade?
I was thinking about trying it on a TSP Balsa blade.
Bulldog

Yes I did and it's speed is like all+ or off-, so not a slow blade. Maybe I try it with Firewall+ and with Spinlord ultra carbon def in the future. With JSH it is way too heavy to even try. :(


Hi, I have a question for all K.O and Aggressor users . In your experience , Does K.O and Aggressor play better with stiff blades or with blades with some flex ??

I am thinking about better disruption,reversal and improved sinking effect .

thank you :)

Author:  Roy [ 13 Jun 2018, 04:45 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

I played today with KO 1.3 in Firewall+ blade. KO was quite fast, but very one dimensional. You could hit decently powerful hits, but with fast block that was only good thing with the combination. Not much distruption, defence was weak and every ball was (more or less) the same, so opponent could adjust easily.

Author:  charmander defender [ 13 Jun 2018, 06:19 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

Roy wrote:
I played today with KO 1.3 in Firewall+ blade. KO was quite fast, but very one dimensional. You could hit decently powerful hits, but with fast block that was only good thing with the combination. Not much distruption, defence was weak and every ball was (more or less) the same, so opponent could adjust easily.


Yes,you are right.Tonight I trained for 1h.30 non stop and K.O seems less harmful on hard ,stiff blades.I tried it on Yinhe lq1 and the result was disappointing, however, with the side on Aggressor I could block with beautiful reversal plus speed.Also,service return one spinless balls was more complicated.Just passing speedy spinless balls was an ordeal. In my view,and at least with my technique K.O and Aggressor play better with blades that have flex and little stiffness or hardness.Therefore,K.O pro ,with more speed,will definitely play excellent with non stiff,non hard blades.
Thank you for your opinion.Anyone with more experience on hard ,stiff blades is welcome to add more information.Perhaps a semi, or little hard blade is the best combination.Lq1 is too hard and too stiff.

Author:  maddrag [ 14 Jun 2018, 05:23 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

I also play with Firewall plus and before with victas matsu offensive. Better with the soft firewall +. More control and feeling. Better on handling spin also. Definitly better. Stiif are good for far from the table to chop without to much effort and more us.

Author:  Def-attack [ 14 Aug 2018, 06:16 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

Nice review
https://youtu.be/UWaKcoGrTwo

Author:  maddrag [ 15 Aug 2018, 01:20 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dr Neubauer KO

For those who think to play PP. Forget it. on noppen test forum, the peoples stated that the ipis are just fallen off by dozen after about 4 to 6hours. I experienced it myself.

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