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Old 04-04-2006, 08:19 PM   #11
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I have used the 48" 4x65watt aqualight lunr and really liked it. Well build and you have the ability to run the moons seperatly. It is a good solid choice for what you are looking for. A good fixture.
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I'm using the 48" 4x96 watt lunar aqualight plus model and really like it. It works especially nice if you match it up with coralife's dual power center so that it will timer control all 3 types of lights for you. Runs really cool also because of the external ballast. Doesn't even get as hot as the aqualight 2x96 on my other tank. My only complaint with it (other than it was pricey) is that the fixture is so wide. you either have to tip it up on end, or remove it altogether if you have to do any work in the tank.
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