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Old 04-17-2007, 10:35 PM   #1
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these lights?

these lights any good for a 46 gal?

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That should fine if you want to keep softies and LPS corals. Most SPS and clams will be ruled-out. FWIW, the Odyssea name is not too great on quality, but for the money not a bad choice as an entry level fixture. I have one of there MH/CF fixtures and it has been running incident free for over a year and half now. That said, there is better quality stuff out there for sure.
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thanks. i was wondering why they were so cheap. ill probaly pick them up. the store is located about 5 miles form me so i can save on shipping charges.
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I agree with Brian that soft corals and LPS will be about it. It is about the same WPG that I have if you want to view my tank and gallery for coral options.
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Yeah Jebo is all right light. Plan on it only lasting 6 months to 2 yr at the most. My old jebo fixture electrocuted the heck out of me a couple times LOL. The wire from the PC sockets had coursed.
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