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Old 03-07-2013, 10:02 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by pvaudio View Post
Using a poly in the mains instead lets you reap the benefits of having a lot of resilience although with less elasticity. The multi in the crosses gives the string bed some more elasticity in the lateral direction, and this manifests itself in the form of power and comfort/damping.
So, its sounds like if you are a strong topspin hitter and you also want to soften the bed for comfort and touch then polys (probably smooth is better) in main and multis in crosses is a good combination. The problem is that it will not take long for the multis to fray and break, usually within 5 days of use. What multi would you recommend to increase its durability in type of hybrid combo. X one biphase, wilson sensation, prince primer attack, head RIP control which one of these would you suspect to hold up the best (all 16G)
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