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Old 07-31-2015, 02:45 PM   #1
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Sound system in stand, will the fish mind?

So guys my stand and canopy are finished, and I built some shelves and have put my sound system in the stand. Will the bass stress the fish out???? I have two guppies in the 46g, they started hiding in this little house decoration, and when I turn the music on they come out!

Haven't kept too many species and was wondering if any of y'all have kept a sound system on your stands. Click image for larger version

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IMO... Depends on if your bumpin, thumpin, & gettin the place jumpin.

I spin records on my turntables many times. Never noticed much as far as my fish being too stressed. But with gups, i think your fine.

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I'd think the base would freak them out
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Sound system in stand, will the fish mind?

Avoid playing dubstep incredibly loud and I think you'll be fine.


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Yahhh... nahhh... they're extremely sensitive to vibrations.. I'd avoid it if possible.

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As long as you avoid Skrillex and Knife Party you should be fine I'd go with something smoother, like maybe AC/DC, that isn't too intense lol.
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As long as you avoid Skrillex and Knife Party you should be fine I'd go with something smoother, like maybe AC/DC, that isn't too intense lol.

Yeah fish might not appreciate Red Lips or Centipede lol.


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Ima try it with the bass on low I think they wouldn't mid it as much. Maybe some eminem and snoop haha


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Sound provider, and some people under the stairs, lol.

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Slip knot is playing down the road tonight!
I would not have my speakers in the fish stand even for my JT(James Taylor you kids!).
Stress causes disease and ALL fish have lateral lines(known to many as the fish ear).
I think you will have trouble you can never point the finger to accurately in the near future.
Pink Floyd dosed 2x a day at The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon may help you overcome these problems?Can't say for the fish?
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Turn it up!
I never heard my fish say that once!
Just too old I guess to wonder!
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