Opinions on some multi: power and softness

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Pecos, Nov 4, 2005.

  1. Pecos

    Pecos New User

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    Could you tell me the difference you've found in power and softness?
    Tecnifibre X-One biphase
    Tecnifibre 515
    Babolat Xcel
    Wilson NXT
    Yonex 850 pro spin
    Isospeed Control (is it a multi?)

    Your power/softness order?
    The strings are for a Yonex RDX500 MP.
     
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  2. backcourt

    backcourt Semi-Pro

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    X-one,Xcel and NXT are all somewhat softer and more powerful than 850 pro spin. Haven't used the others, but understand that 515 is probably softer than those I've listed.
     
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  3. Steve Huff

    Steve Huff Legend

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    515 is probably the softest. I haven't tried that specific Yonex string, but most of the Yonex strings are very soft. Haven't tried IsoSpeed. Babolat XCell is probably the next softest, followed by NXT then BiPhase. I have found Alpha Sphere and Alpha Prodigy both very nice feeling, soft strings too.
     
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