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Old 09-14-2011, 07:14 PM   #1
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Question lighting:(sry I know this has been asked b4)

hey all,I was told that my lighting is too much for my tank but then was told ok by various LFS,i wanna see what you guys think..I have a 180 gal,72L x 24W x 25T and have 2 400w 20,000k lamps(Both on 2 hr at same time a day),I have some zoas,palys,kenya,acan,torch,hammer,and some misc coral plus a bubble tip.I was thinking of dropping to 250w or saving for a led system.what you guys think

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Old 09-14-2011, 09:04 PM   #2
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Well I wouldn't say its a lot just over kill for your corals. The 250s would save you a lot of money on your electric bill and your coals would do fine. Now on the other hand if you where thinking of doing hard coral then the 400s would be your best bet imo of corse
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