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Zverev
02-01-2006, 02:00 PM
I have tried E-matrix at 58 in my 7.1 and it played absolutely increadible.
Sadly the cross broke after 3 hrs of play, in the typical Technifibre fashion.

I have decided to install more durable cross and put PSGD at 57.
The result wasn't very nice - I have lost control, I think, due to reduced spin, because power seems to be even more, or it only seems so. Not sure.
Anyway, I think I should be looking for a soft string to cross E-matrix with.
Not Technifibre, because it's hopeless in the crosses.

Thanks for any info.

Steve Huff
02-01-2006, 09:00 PM
I think the Gamma Prodegy and the new Technifibre Multifeel are made similarly to the EMatrix (multi bundles). I don't know about their durability, but the new TF string claims it is more durable.

diredesire
02-03-2006, 12:48 AM
Have you tried Wilson sensation? It used to be that E-matrix played almost identical to sensation, but after a brief discontinue (and TW bringing it back) the durability seemed to have suffered. I think Wilson Sensation is a good alternative. I wouldn't say much more durable, but noticeably.