surface with transparent colloid has high frictional coefficient instead of
stickiness that traditional Chinese rubbers have. TNT can express powerful
strain and high elasticity. Therefore the loop power can ensure players of an
advantage at medium to long table distances.”
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For loopdrive from mid distance. Mechanical spin and a highly elastic topsheet gives very good ball acceleration in loop against loop. White medium hard sponge c:a H39. The most European rubber of all rubbers from DHS.
User Reviews (from internet/newsgroups):
Anyone in this forum have ever try this rubber (DHS-TNT)(White sponge), I saw one of my club player is using this rubber and the spin is awesome, I thought he was using Bryce but when I looked at the rubber it was DHS-TNT. Any commends? I think this is a new rubber manufacture by DHS, I cannot find this rubber comment it the DHS-Sports website.
loopdrive from mid distance. Mecanical spin and built in tension in the topsheet
give very good ball acceleration in loop against loop. White medium hard sponge
c:a H39. The most European rubber of all rubbers from DHS.
hey guys, i did a review/post on it a few weeks ago:
non sticky surface (european-ish)
Mid sponge (39 degrees)
Awesome for relooping
Low throw angle
Not good for brush looping
Not good for hitting with
for my fh it wasn't spinny, because i like looping closer to the table. but if you get to mid distance ish, i think it'll be much spinnier, just like bryce which works wonders in mid distance.
Yes, it is very very fast, but not very spinny unless you get to mid-distance.
Just started using DHS TNT Rubber on my LKT A/C blade today, and I was very pleasantly surprised. The rubber is quite amazing on the FH - especially its speed. Hitting, blocking, loop driving are all fantastic. The only weaker point is looping off heavily underspun balls. Slow looping is also a little tougher to control, since dwell time is quite minimal with the setup. However, why slow loop when you can fast loop right??! Very nice....
yeah, its a nice fast rubber. i used it on my bh for a while when i was playing shakehand. really low throw, so i think thats why it made looping underspin so hard. bh counterdriving and blocking with it is a breeze though. i'm pretty sure its around the same speed as almana, less spin, higher control, lower throw. i ruined it when i was taking off the glue. i was a real NOOB at that time taking off glue and ruined the sheet (day before big tourny!). For the price, its a real bargain.