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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2020, 13:40 
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Can someone compare Rhyzer Pro 45 and Pro 50 (if you possibly had experience with both)? Which one would be easier for early intermediate player to control ( assuming both 2 mm) on forehand? I tried Pro 50 and liked it a lot (very linear and seems like has good control) but whole set up ( including very fast blade) was too fast for me. Never had a chance to try Pro 45. I have Donic Appelgren Allplay senso V2 blade which is ALL (maybe ALL+ blade). I'm thinking about Joola Golden Tango PS for backhand. Thank you!


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45 should just have a softer sponge and should be a little bit slower. If you think 50 is a little too fast (what blade?) then 45 should be a step in the direction you want to go.

Of course, I've never tried either rubber, but they're probably similar to dozens of others from the same manufacturer and in the same hardness range.

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PostPosted: 16 Jan 2020, 14:01 
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I find in general that soft rubbers have less control. Bouncier on low impact, less power on high. Less linear.


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I tried and use rhyzer 43 max, rhyzer 48 max and pro 50 2.0. I never tried pro 45 because someone knowledgeable told me pro 45 is between rhyzer 48 and pro 50, not sure if it is true. I also find pro 50 bit hard and fast, but when boosted it plays better for me on a slower blade. Boosting softens it up and faster, and they last a very long time.


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lasta wrote:
I find in general that soft rubbers have less control. Bouncier on low impact, less power on high. Less linear.


generally I would agree with you e.g. Xiom Euro and Asia Df, and worst of all Rhyzer 43. Then I found Rasanter R42 in 2mm which is linear and not bouncy at all. Slow when you push but fast when you hit with huge control on all shots - feels firmer than 42° would suggest perhaps the top sheet is medium hard. Easily the best Intermediate player rubber i have used.


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