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Old 2019-05-09, 22:36   #1
Ivovelichkov
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Default TennisTension mobile app

Just try the new mobile app TennisTension which measures the momentous average tension between main and cross strings of the racquet and you will be stunned by the ease, consistency and accuracy (0.2 kg) of the measurements. In the near future almost every tennis player will use this app or similar.
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Old 2019-05-10, 16:28   #2
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Has anyone on these boards (not affiliated with the company itself) compared the results on a freshly strung racquet? It would be interesting to hear from people.
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Old 2019-05-11, 04:18   #3
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Has anyone on these boards (not affiliated with the company itself) compared the results on a freshly strung racquet? It would be interesting to hear from people.

Im going to give it a go...
Usually i have the ERT or my RDC to measure however if this app check frequency this might be a fun app to check out
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Old 2019-05-12, 19:36   #4
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Default INSTRUCTIONS for use

At the beginning it is difficult to produce good enough sound which the application can analyze. The user has to learn how to produce the proper sound close and in front of the phone microphone (the microphone uses a single, very small hole either at the top or at the bottom of the phone).
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...Remove the dampener - if you have.
...Tap the racquet string gently several times with a stiff object (another raqcuet, pen, fingernails, etc.) close to the microphone and in front of it and produce clear ringing sound.
...While ringing, the resonating racquet string must stay 2 to 10 cm from the microphone, in front of it, especially in a noisier environment. It is shown well in the YouTube video provided for TennisTension mobile app.
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...To receive the exact momentous string tension, define all the necessary racquet and string parameters. If you don't know some of the them, default average values are taken for the calculations, or the last values that the user put it in.
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...Always consider the tension loss. It could be 5...6 kg, or even more, if the racquet hasn't restrung for a long time.
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Old 2019-05-30, 18:44   #5
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its too expensive for an app
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Old 2019-05-30, 21:01   #6
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If you get this app you will never regret it. It's working perfectly. Just give it a try.
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