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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
PostPosted: 31 Aug 2011, 17:25 
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Neo to Neo.
H3N more speed than TG3N. For Spin TG3N wins .
Tg2N has more spin than TG3N but lowest speed of three.
(5 sheets of TG2N, 2 of TG3N, 1 of H3N, 1 of H3N prov)


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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
PostPosted: 31 Aug 2011, 22:59 
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how about the throw? which one is higher/lower?

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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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aroonkl wrote:
Neo to Neo.
H3N more speed than TG3N. For Spin TG3N wins .
Tg2N has more spin than TG3N but lowest speed of three.
(5 sheets of TG2N, 2 of TG3N, 1 of H3N, 1 of H3N prov)



would you say that tg2N has more catapult/bounce that tg3N?

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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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Nope. TG3N bounces more. For some reason, 40 degree to 40d, TG3N feels softer than TG2N and H3N.
Its 40 degree sponge is even feel softer than TG2N 39degree.
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aroonkl wrote:
Neo to Neo.
H3N more speed than TG3N. For Spin TG3N wins .
Tg2N has more spin than TG3N but lowest speed of three.
(5 sheets of TG2N, 2 of TG3N, 1 of H3N, 1 of H3N prov)



would you say that tg2N has more catapult/bounce that tg3N?


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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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TG2N has higher throw than others.
For TG3N & H3N, it depends.
Brush slow spiny loop. H3N Higher.
Power loop/chinese style (power toward speed and not brushing the balls much. ) TG3N is higher.
I think due to TG3N is softer.
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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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Here's an update at 10 weeks of me playing DHS Skyline TG3 Neo.

This rubber was slower and more controlled than what I had been using previously (Tenergy 25) and as such it allowed me to swing harder than ever before and develop a feeling for transferring real power to the ball. During this time I also started to 'clip' my LP chicken wing and use more normal inverted FH in match settings. The result has been that my game has advanced to a new level, at least by measure of who I'm beating a local club RRs. But there are certain players who seem to have no trouble playing against TG3 and still defeat me with relative ease. Last night I played one of these players, an 1850 rated player that I've beaten exactly once out of ten or so RR match-ups.

We played two matches last night; the first with me using TG3 Neo and the second with me using my old Tenergy 25. Match one went as our recent matches had gone with fairly close games but me losing 3-0. I then picked up the T25 paddle (identical blade, similar LP) and proceeded to beat him 3-1. I was wielding the T25 more aggressively than I had in the past, and the pure speed of my Seemiller punch drives and flat hits left him no time to react. Spin on serve was more than adequate to keep him from effectively attacking on the second ball.

For flat-hitting, both TG3 Neo and T25 are truly excellent but in my experience T25 has two advantages: 1) Late ball path drop keeps fast flat-hit balls on table, 2) Speed on compact strokes is noticeably faster than TG3 Neo. I have a 2-star tournament coming up at the end of the month and will need to decide fairly soon which inverted rubber to campaign.


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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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What is the hardness of this rubber? Id it similar to an Andro Plasma 430 or 380? Or is it more like a Sriver hardness or Sriver EL or FX hardness? The websites don't tell you much.

Which DHS Neo is softer and easier to control and produces more spin?


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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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What is the hardness of this rubber? Id it similar to an Andro Plasma 430 or 380? Or is it more like a Sriver hardness or Sriver EL or FX hardness? The websites don't tell you much.

Which DHS Neo is softer and easier to control and produces more spin?
Some DHS Neo rubbers are marked for hardness (these seem to cost $1-2 more than the unmarked ones). My TG3 Neos are marked 39* and seem quite firm. My favorite is TG3 Neo and I've tried all 4 Neos and the Tinarcs as well.


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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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have you tried TG3 Blue Sponge ?? you might like that..

first time i tried tg2 neo ( on a STIGA CLIPPER) it was amazing super spinny and quick( red sheet) then i got another one(black) and it was rock solid and not as quick on a YEO

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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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Im interested in both Neo Tg2 & Tg3, the only thing Im concerned about is the throw of the rubbers so I need a bit of help deciding which one. I loop drive with both my forehand and backhand (when looping my bat angle is quite horizontal) so I'm looking for the rubber with the lower throw.

Also, are these rubbers good for chopping?

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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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I think the TG3 Neo is lower throw. Although you can certainly chop quite well with these rubbers, i would prefer a thinner rubber for chopping, as you tend to feel the ball so much better. I don't think they come in thinner sizes. :(

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 Post subject: Re: DHS Skyline TG3 Neo
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Interesting discussion, and although an old thread, we figured you may enjoy our latest review of the DHS Skyline series: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/dhs-skyli ... -60-review

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