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Old 07-03-2011, 06:11 PM   #1
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Best flourescent lighting

The best fluorescent lighting for my aquarium 120g I have actinic but it looks purple want something to bring a better color vibe any advice
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Old 07-03-2011, 07:24 PM   #2
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ati blue plus or kz super blue you can mix it with daylights.

how many bulbs is the fxture and what kind of system is it for
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It's a 2 bulb and for sw
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then theres really no need for an actinic, if you want a nice blueish light you can look at 14000k lamps or a mix of the blues i stated with a 10000k daylight lamp
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Alright thanks, I've been using the light that came with the tank it was a package
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Run a 14k and a 10k....the 14k will give you the "pop" of the blue wavelength...the 10k will give you the normal spectrum light
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