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Old 06-25-2012, 10:11 AM   #1
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Stick lighting

I have a 34L nano tank and it has been running with the stock 12V LEDs which have 22 white and 10 blue actinic lights... I would like to get in to corals.

However I don't think this lighting would be good enough to have corals... I did look at an LED 10W flood light.. Would this be better for my tank to have corals in... If so should I go with the 10W LED or the 20W LED for my set up?
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