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Old 05-02-2011, 05:07 PM   #1051
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Where are you getting all the noise from the only thing I can hear running on my cube is the two fans
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Old 05-02-2011, 05:07 PM   #1052
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Mine seems awful loud, not sure i'd want it in the bedroom. Mine is louder than the 55g with the remora skimmer which is famous for its loud noise. LOL

Thanks for the comments guys, I appreciate you all looking.
Mybe I will have to rethink that then try to find something a bit quieter 
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Old 05-02-2011, 05:09 PM   #1053
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Where are you getting all the noise from the only thing I can hear running on my cube is the two fans
I have the fans and the loud dripping onto the live rock in the center chamber. It's like someone left a faucet running. And the humm from the fans is annoying me too. lol

I have a fluval fx5 right next to me and I have to check to make sure its on sometimes cause its so darn quiet.
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I put a media basket in the back of mine that I ordered from in tank fits perfectly but u have to raise water level after u install it and that eliminated a lot of noise of water falling thy also make a fuge basket that fits next to it but that's where I have my skimmer
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Old 05-02-2011, 05:33 PM   #1055
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I was considering getting that setup, but can't afford it right now. I'd also have to get a light for the fuge. But after I get my 125g reef setup THEN i will get that addon. i also didn't like that you have to bust the bottom grate to get it to fit. :-(

I won't be running a skimmer in this setup. I'm so on top of it that it ain't funny.
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I didn't have to break any thing the grate where ur live rock is lifts out and the other is just holding on with a little aquarium sealant the stock filter seems to slow water movement too much so decided to go with the in tank I still change between 4 and 5 gallons a week
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hey Carey can you pop over to my thread my cycle is stumping me
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Well today's the big day!! Good luck, can't wait to see them!!
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Yay!!!!!!!!!!!! Go get those fishies so we can see pictures of the cutie pies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What kind of gobys Carey?

Looking forward to seeing them.
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