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Old 11-07-2005, 09:48 AM   #11
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The old prizm was louder than the remora I have. I cant comment on the prizm pro as I have never used it.

The concept of any skimmer is air being injected into the water in a reaction chamber. This by principle is going to cause some level of noise.
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Sorry about the confusion.. skimmer selection can be a really tough one.. belive me thats one of my hang-ups before my setup right now.. Im having a hard time desiding if I should try to build one or if it is going to be better to just get a pre-fab one, and on top of that desision I have the wich pre-fab decision to make... its one big UGH! 8O .. Ill get though it.. I hope anyway (at least I dont have a tank up and running depending on this decision though )
I hope you find just what your looking for
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The Prism Pro was inadequate to the task of skimming my 30 gallon Hex. It worked for a year or more, but as the tank matured I got cyano really bad. I finally replaced the Prism Pro with a Euro Reef CS6-2 and it cleaned up my system overnight!

I looked at your link and the skimmer looks the same to me. I couldn't see the "new and improved" part.
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