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Old 08-20-2012, 10:08 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Saratj1
I bought this model for my little sister a couple months ago, she loves it. It's hard to beat for the money. With it being dimmable you can custom tune how blue or white you like your tank, also it uses 3w LEDs but only runs them at 2w so maybe they will last much longer. I am setting up a 135g reef tank and I am debating on using these or building my own. I think I'm just going to use the taotronics because I can't really build an equivalent fixture myself for the taotronics price. Good luck, post up a pic and maybe a short review when you get it up and going.
For leds id reccommend 120° lenses over the 90° the light will cover more area and not be so consentrated in one area i know of a couple people who went with 90° and were melting coral on the sand

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