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Old 06-16-2011, 06:56 PM   #11
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So the odyssea would support corals? I don't want to get something more expensive because I still need to get the LR for my 75g lol. Later on though I will probably upgrade.
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I had a 4 bulb odyssea and kept everything including a nem for a few months. The higher light corals i of course had to have high up. It's not an ideal light but it will support some corals easily. Some not as easily. Kinda depends on what you want to keep.
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Ok thank you Carey.
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they are single lense reflectors, i just bought a great 24" 4 lamp fixture for next $110

here is the same brand but a 4 lamp 48"

48" 4Ft 4 TUBE T5 HO FLUORESCENT GROW LIGHT SYSTEM BULB | eBay

i'd suggest this over the odyssea
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they are single lense reflectors, i just bought a great 24" 4 lamp fixture for next $110

here is the same brand but a 4 lamp 48"

48" 4Ft 4 TUBE T5 HO FLUORESCENT GROW LIGHT SYSTEM BULB | eBay

i'd suggest this over the odyssea
What about this one? It's from the same seller

http://cgi.ebay.com/48-260W-PL-AQUAR...item2a11660777
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