I have a Aquatic Life 48"4x54 Watt HOT5 Light Fixture (Saltwater) for my 75 gallon. The discription is below. I find the light is very blueish. I've seen videos on how otter peoples tanks are so clear not blue like how mine is. Should I turn one of the blue light bulbs off? Replace with a day light bulb? Or is it suppose to be like this.
How does the tank need the blue lights on. Do they need to be on together daylight and blue?
Please help thanks
A built in light timer allows hobbyists to control each individual row of bulbs, as well as the lunar LEDs, with just one power cord! Fixtures comes with two 48" 10000K 54Watt high output T5 bulbs to promote bright white illumination that closely mimics sunlight, two Actinic 54Watt high output T5 bulbs to promote the growth and well being of photosynthetic corals and invertebrates, and four lunar LED
lights for low-light viewing of nocturnal behaviour. Tank mounting brackets and an acrylic bulb protector sleeve are included with the fixture to help prevent water damage as a result of water splashing or evaporation. Installation and maintenance guide also included. Fixture measures 47.24in X 10.16in X 3.28in and weighs approximately 15.5lbs. Fixtures may also be suspended above the aquarium using Aquatic Life's T5&PC
Light Fixture Suspension Hardware(not included).