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Old 02-07-2014, 02:39 AM   #1
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Beamswork Led?

Looking at the 48"+ Beamswork led lights and was wondering what you guys thought was a better option for a 32" tall 48" long 100g tank.
Was looking at the 6500K and the 10,000K, both 3900 Lumens. I have been reading that the 6500K made the colors of the fish pop more naturally than the 10,000K, but I'm worried if it's going to have enough depth to light up the bottom surface of the tank.
Open to other suggestions as well, preferably from someone running a tall tank.
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