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Old 07-06-2003, 12:25 AM   #1
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diy PC lightbox completed

192 watts of sudo-daylight to brighten the darkness for flora and fauna alike!

due to the large num of pics, and colorfull commentary by yours truely, the article is hosted on my website

basiclly it's a box with lights in it, but it was very cheap and fun to build

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http://www.dimension-x.net/gordon/aquaria/lb10

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Old 07-06-2003, 06:07 AM   #2
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That's a lot like what I run on my soft coral tanks. They work great. What kind of ballast did you end up using?
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That's a lot like what I run on my soft coral tanks. They work great. What kind of ballast did you end up using?
fulham workhorse 7 'long' approx 2ft long!

Thats a great project. IM glad you happy with it.
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Looks like the offsite project is 404. Any help?
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do you mind saying about how much you put into it? a few hundred $$ ?? less ?
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