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Old 09-12-2009, 01:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by InfernoST View Post
That's a Huge difference, looks much better with the new bulbs. Where did you get them I'm thinking of trying them in my 250 MH's?

Do you not like the 14000k Phoenix bulbs that you are using, or do you just want to try something different?

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I do like them and they are doing a great job but the the other lamps have a stronger output for the same wattage (My tank is 26" high), besides it's nice to have alternatives.

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