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 Post subject: JOOLA DYNARYZ
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Has anyone been lucky enough to try any of the new Joola Dynaryz rubbers?What are they like and what are they compared too?Tenergy?MXP?


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 Post subject: Re: JOOLA DYNARYZ
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Give it a couple months.. :lol: There's also this Stiga DNA stuff. One thing I've learned is that these companies are willing to spend LOTS of money on advertising - you can't get away from those DNA ads. I don't know if you remember those Rasant ads back in the day. They have to seize the day - once a rubber's been out for a year no one's interested in it any more. The exception seems to be Tenergy - that's a perennial favorite, and Butterfly doesn't have to spend much advertising money on it. I also doubt they sponsor that many players - most of the pros (maybe even their sponsors) probably actually spend money to buy sheets of Tenergy.

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You're right the DNA ads are everywhere.I do use Joola Rhyzer so was interested in the new rubbers. As you say time will tell but maybe Ill just need to buy it and try it?


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I hit with the ACC version for a few minutes yesterday. And played against it too. It was quite pleasant to hit with, nothing extreme. Nice click, nice spin.. Could be wrong but i think it was labeled 50 degrees. However it didn't feel hard at all, not one bit. Kind of reminded me of Ryzer 48 but a little bit harder and with more spin.


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I've never understood this click business. Maybe someone can make a video with a good microphone. Why would a click be important?

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Normally you listen a click when the ball engage the sponge getting the maximum spin so it's a signal when hard sponge are involved to do top spin.


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iskandar taib wrote:
I've never understood this click business. Maybe someone can make a video with a good microphone. Why would a click be important?

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Apparently my MXP makes quite a "click" which some of my opponents or team mates think sounds like the ball is cracked!


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The problem is, I've used MX-P. I've used Rasant. I've used boosted H3. I've used Rakza X and Rakza 7. I played with speed glue in the old days. And I've never heard anything out of the ordinary, that I wouldn't have heard if I'd used Yinhe 9000. You ALWAYS hear a sound when you hit the ball with a bat, in fact the loudest "clicks" happen with a bare blade (and no rubber). People keep talking about this click, but no one seems to have actually made comparative recordings, and people can't seem to agree when it's supposed to happen or not happen. Someone would post "go watch so and so video, there's rubber clicking in that video" but when I go to watch it, it just sounds like the bat hitting the ball, as normal. Back in the speed glue days, on Usenet, there were all sorts of theories about why there was a click - some people thought the gas from the speed glue in the pores was changing phase, for instance. The term "cavitation" was bandied about. But like a lot of things in table tennis ("flex".. :lol: ), it was long on speculation and short on actual (or even supposed) proof.

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I bought mine AGR for 50€90 here: https://100x100pingpong.com/es/lisas...naryz-agr.html

Also sells ACC for the same price https://100x100pingpong.com/es/lisas...naryz-acc.html


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AGR?? ACC?? 50 EUR? 90 EUR? I clicked on the link, didn't land on the rubber. I assume "Gomas" means rubber?

Ah... I see. EUR50.90.

https://100x100pingpong.com/es/lisas/66 ... z-acc.html

Hopefully THAT link works... Pretty expensive rubber - I suppose the price should drop by next year.

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