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Old 10-16-2006, 10:12 AM   #1
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70w 16.5" Sunpod HQI...

I have been thinking about adding this fixture to my 10 gal nano.

Anyone have one?...Any comments on quality and performance?

I have had MH before, but it has been supplimented with actinics....would a 14k bulb be better since I like a little more blue?...or maybe 20k..I dont want it to look too blue though, and the corals to get the best spectrum for my shallow tank.

I found it online for $209.00...sounds like a good deal to me for a Current USA product!
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