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Old 03-01-2012, 10:58 PM   #11
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All the images from this page on are with the LEDs overhead.
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Been following the thread...those leds are supporting your tank nicely, even the sps? It would be a huge savings over running 2 Radions...
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I just took some new pics. Yes, the SPS is showing growth and increasing color.
Even those montis I put in recently look better, and the bases are turning from brown to blue.
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Well, those are much more within my reach. One paycheck is better than 2. How big of a difference there going to be compared to a unit like the radion?
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The radions are fully controllable. You can turn up the white, turn up the blue, battery backups...etc..
EcoTech Marine Radion XR30w LED Light Fixture - English

These fixtures are just on/off and will grow corals and make the tank look nice.
$750.00 for the ecotech, $150.00 for the Chinese one.
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No matter how much I look at other units, I still think I am going towards the EcoTechs. It sure is pricey, but it is only 2 paychecks and all my bills are paid off for March already. It'll be nice to be able to turn them way down so my corals can adjust and slowly increase them. That and turn on T-storm mode for all the storms we've been having already!
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