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Old 01-25-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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Good T5 supplement to tank?

Someone just posted this..it would fit my tank but does anyone think it'll benefit it?

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Good T5 supplement to tank?

I guess more details of my current setup would be nice

Right now I have 2 of the eBay 120watt led fixtures over my tank. They are only the white and blue led models. My tank is 2ft deep and he fixtures are probably a foot above the water surface at most. The lights work great and corals love them.

I was just kind of thinking adding T5 supplements to round out the color spectrums?


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I guess more details of my current setup would be nice

Right now I have 2 of the eBay 120watt led fixtures over my tank. They are only the white and blue led models. My tank is 2ft deep and he fixtures are probably a foot above the water surface at most. The lights work great and corals love them.

I was just kind of thinking adding T5 supplements to round out the color spectrums?


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I am getting good growth from all my corals. I don't have many sps but my Birdsnest has taken off. I just recently got 2 pocillopora colony's and 2 frags which seem happy but it's only been a couple days.

I'm not sure of the exact model I have. I was told they are 120w LEDs with blue and white LEDs. I don't know much other then my corals grow under them.


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