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Old 01-22-2012, 02:50 PM   #1
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Anyone with led and lighting knowledge, i need your advice.

I have a biocube 29 with stock lighting. I also have the marineland reef led 18-24" lighting kit that I want to mod into my stock hood. I have included the link for info on the LEDs. I know that it is not adequate for all corals. I will be able to keep either the actinic or the 36 watt 10000k bulb when I install the LEDs. Next question, which should I keep? The 10000k or the actinics? Thanks for any advice.http://www.fishtanksdirect.com/marin...4inch.aspxMike Hayes
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