DNX V1 Mp, NoBadMojo

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by saralara, Feb 1, 2006.

  1. saralara

    saralara New User

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    Hallo,

    I have ( like always :) a problem. I need your opinion about a string in my DNX V1 MP.
    I had Gamma Live Wire ( lost tension and feels death).
    I want to try another one, not to expensive:
    1.Signum Pro Plasma 1.18 mm
    2.Wilson Sensation 16 L
    3.Iso Speed Control.

    Of maybe another one? Natural Gut is to expensive for me. I break them so easy.Klip I can t find here.

    All suggestions are welcome.
    tnx

    Regards
    Lara
     
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  2. gd!

    gd! Rookie

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    request

    I am not NBM,
    but trust me as I am used to use Volkl racquet with Signum Pro Poly Plasma 18...this string is very nice, you will find decent touch for a poly and excellent tension holding...just make sure to string 4 - 5 lbs lower than Gamma Live Wire.

    You will be satisfied.

    gd!
     
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  3. NoBadMojo

    NoBadMojo G.O.A.T.

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    Hi there Lara. Of the ones you mention, I would go with the Wilson Sensation. It's a nice string for the money. I would avoid polys unless you have a particular reason for using them.
     
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  4. jackson vile

    jackson vile Legend

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    You want to put soft string in there and put the crosses lower, very very good racket for the weight and swing weight.
     
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  5. Pui

    Pui New User

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    I've use to string my DNX V1MP with TechniFiber X One Biphase, and feel the same as you on Gamma Livewire not long after stringing.
    I've try to string with Pacific PowerBlend (Hybrid: Aramid + Synt Gut), and I think it's OK., not so soft as the multifilament string but still arm friendly enough for me. I've still p;eased with it 1 month after stringing.
     
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