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Old 05-27-2007, 11:37 AM   #11
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That's what I'm thinking, the only high lighting thing I want to keep is a BTA, but I would of thought it would do ok high up under 150w, the rest would will be mostly soft corals/zoo's/mushrooms etc. It seems pointless buying a 250w bulb in a hope that I can wire it up and that the ballast works, whilst I have a guaranteed working 150w fixture. buying a SE bulb may prove tricky but it only has to be done once a year or so right?! and If needs be I could replace the bulb holder with a DE one.

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