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Old 01-07-2012, 07:04 PM   #11
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Well i went ahead and just bought it today... ill set it up here in a little bit. Ill post my opinion about it afterwards for anybody that thinking about buying it.
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Old 01-29-2012, 12:28 PM   #12
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Cool

Its been acouple weeks since ive originaly post this thread. I wanted to give my feedback on the Marineland Double bright LED. IMO its a fantastic light, Its really bright and low heat output. I actually had a good amount of algae growing on the glass after about 3 days of having the LED installed. I would suggest getting this light to anybody that is interested and willing to spend the money. I really like it alot, it makes the aquaium look awesome and in my situation its defenitally helping with the water temperature, Its lowered the water temp by about 2 degrees. My goldfish absolutely LOVES the blue moonlight. I swear he seems so happy with the blue light on for about the first hour then he sleeps. If you do buy this light I would suggest turning it off for about an half hour to an hour every other day just to give the lighting system time to cool down. After acouple days of it running the top of the lighting system was rather warm.

If you have any questions about the marineland double bright LED dont hesitate to ask me. I will be more than happy to answer any questions or thoughts that you have concerning it.
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I'm really interested in this light, but still trying to decide between the double bright and reef light. It would be for a freshwater tank with lots of plants.

I really wish marineland would have just spent like $10 more for a better switching system so you could adjust lighting level and run a timer for the night light.
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