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Old 02-27-2012, 01:53 PM   #1
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Looking for Information/opinions on LED lighting

Hey guys I've been checking out the skyleds by Aquatop. They seem like decent lights to use for aquariums.

I have a couple of questions though. Firstly:

I have a 120 gallon freshwater aquarium that I am looking to fit with LEDs. I want to grow plants in this aquarium, but as most of you probably know, this is a fairly deep tank.
It is approximately 60" wide.

Would two 36" (or one 36" and one 24") work to grow most plants?


There is a link to the ones I am looking at.
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