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Old 11-04-2006, 11:54 PM   #11
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Also, I was reading that it has 2 power cords and 2 power switches. Do they control the actinic and white lights seperately so you can create dawn/dusk effects? If so, how does the moon lights work?

FYI, your tank looks great. What are the dims of the 55? 48x13x20? I am still debating between a 55/60 and a 75. i really like the dimensions of the 75, 48x18x20?


I have the 8x54w on my 75 and love it- wow very bright. The 2 cords and switches are for the white/blue lights. Actually there is three cords- the moonlights are on a cord that turns on when plugged in.

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