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Old 12-28-2008, 09:15 PM   #51
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The two different light sets you were talking about
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The two different light sets you were talking about
which one has more intensity this one T-5 Aquarium Lighting: Nova Extreme T-5 Fixtures w/Lunar Lights

or this one Current USA Nova Extreme Pro T5 Aquarium Lighting Fixture, 6X54 Watt, 48 inch
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I personally like the second one.
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I personally like the second one.
the one that cost 322$
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I like the second one too
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I like the second one too
melosu said he was mistaken and said the one with higher wattage.

why do you like the second one?
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i feel the first one is a little pricey

but melosu knows tons more than me
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I would go with the Second one.
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I would go with the Second one.
how many watts is the light?

my lfs said that to much watts per gallon can burn your corals?
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