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Old 08-29-2011, 03:36 PM   #1
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Wink power heads and wave makers???? help

hey guys will be setting up my reef aquarium in a few weeks and iv got alot of stuff already, including probes, uv exturnal filter 1400lph, fluval 205, a tmc v2bio 600 fluidised sand bed filter, will be getting protien skimmer and test kits over next couple of weeks. but the only thing i cant seem to agree on is a wave maker. the tank i will be getting if a fluval profile 850, its 232ltrs i researched all kind of wave makers im really liking a wave maker box iv seen on ebay 15000lph is this to much?? am i best getting 2 3000lph wavemakers and putting them in different corners of my tank? plus what is the best mid priced ranged wavemaker? thanks ryan.

3ft by 18" by 18" optiwhite tank. 30L of tmc nutrasoil, 25kg of orange dragon stone, tmc auto top up, jbl proflora u402 co2, ehiem pro 3 exturnal filter, tmc vecton 300 uv, hydor 900l power head. All pond solutions 4 x 39w hi t5 light unit. Ehiem air pump 400l, lily pipes. Hydor exturnal heater 300 w
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