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Old 01-20-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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Wavemakers

Ordered x2 3000l ones instead of x1 now I have 2 should I just use them both or is that overkill.
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Hi,

Sorry might need to know more. I have a 105 litre ReefMax tank.

Any advise more than welcome.

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Sounds like a lot of flow. What are you planning to keep in this tank?
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Some fish (4) max, some coral, some live rock, a couple of hermits, couple of shrimps, a couple of snails and that's about it. I was only planning on one wavemaker but ordered two in error. Will keep one as spare if no need for it.
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Need some better advise, my wavemaker has arrived, it's a 3000L one and it's noisy really noisy. My tank is a feature in my living room and it's really load. Can anyone suggest a quiet powerhead/wavemaker suitable for a 105 litre tank please.

As always much appreciated.

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something like this should work for you-
Hydor Koralia Evolution 750 Powerhead - English
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something like this should work for you-
Hydor Koralia Evolution 750 Powerhead - English
Thanks, ordered one of those.
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