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Old 05-09-2013, 09:58 AM   #11
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My DT is a 125 gal and I have a 112 gal (aprox, 6' x 3' x 10") frag tank I also run them on

I do things a little unorthodox, I have the lights on 24/7 (though at the low point it's one blue at 1%)
Wow that's an amazing aquarium. Surely, mine only being a 29 gallon somewhere around 50% should work fine right? I plan on starting down around 35-40% and move it up over the course of a week or two
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That tanks beautiful; much deeper than your nano though. I know there is an estimated formula for how powerful lights need to be for certain depth tanks. I just don't know it. How tall is your 29?
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That tanks beautiful; much deeper than your nano though. I know there is an estimated formula for how powerful lights need to be for certain depth tanks. I just don't know it. How tall is your 29?
It says 18.5 inches high. I just got it put up and man what a difference it makes already. I set it as - white 35% the blues at 40, red at 35 and green at 35.
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:21 PM   #14
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It says 18.5 inches high. I just got it put up and man what a difference it makes already. I set it as - white 35% the blues at 40, red at 35 and green at 35.
Looks fantastic! Keep us updated.
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Now were talking!!!! WOW!!!! Very very nice!!
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Now were talking!!!! WOW!!!! Very very nice!!
Thanks convict I knew you would approve!
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Thanks convict I knew you would approve!
Yeah man it's SICK!!! Do I hear a video?
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Yeah man it's SICK!!! Do I hear a video?
I will have to see what I can do about that!
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I will have to see what I can do about that!
Haha awesome!!
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