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Old 08-26-2006, 11:46 PM   #1
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CPR Bak-Pak Dual:Pros/? Cons? Noise?

I am starting a 65 gallon FOWLR tank and the CPR Bak-Pak Dual Pak looks like an item I would be comfortable with. Please let me know pros/cons of this item if you have experience with it.
One of my biggest concerns is noise. My living room is like an echo chamber----so please let me know if this is a noisy or quiet item. Also---please reccomend quality, but QUIET Skimmers and Filters. I like the BakPak Dual because its seems like an easy All-in-One type of application.
The Remora C Protein Skimmer has also been reccomnded---what is the noise situation on that one?
thanks again
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