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Old 08-09-2010, 10:32 AM   #11
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Depending on what you upgrade to, what kind of fixture, how you ventilate.
In very very general terms:
LEDs will be cooler.
T5's will be about the same.
MH will be slightly warmer.
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http://www.nanotuners.com/index.php?cPath=73 This is what I am looking at, can you tell me what you think?
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They are great, I just upgraded to LEDs on my 12g. I can say however that you can do it for a hellll of a lot cheaper then 300 by yourself. I did it for around $100 cheaper, and get more control with individual dimming on my blues/whites.

If I were to go back and do it again, I could do it for even cheaper.
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IMO you should return the anemone. If you have a clown fish that you want to host something, try a frogspawn of hammerhead coral (both still need more light than you currently have).
My black and white clown is shown here hosting a fake anemone.
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