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Old 12-30-2011, 11:29 AM   #11
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The HQI model has stronger lights so you can grow a good amount of corals.
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If your thinking of the HQI version, get the LED one instead. It's more energy efficient and won't burn you everytime you bump into the light.

Normal = softy and LPS only

HQI/LED = everything else (dependant on your rockwork and coral placement of course)
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Is this the JBJ/D-D cube?
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