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Old 05-29-2015, 11:22 PM   #1
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48" led

Looking to buy a 48" led with the ramping and effects and such. There are so many out ther, just looking for some good reviews. Tank will have both fish and corals in it. I see that aquatics edge 48" out there. Is that enough light?

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No. The Edge is for looks. What corals do you intend to keep? IME, there's no fixture out there that you can buy that's exactly the size of your tank and will allow you to keep whatever you want.
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