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    Many thanks for your reply. We have concluded it...

    Many thanks for your reply. We have concluded it is a problem with the gravel. We tested some gravel with a white vinegar solution. The gravel reacted with the vinegar giving off streams of bubbles....
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    Thanks for the warning on the shark Have no kh...

    Thanks for the warning on the shark

    Have no kh test. My idea is to eliminate the culprit for pH raise
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    High pH during tank set up

    After a few months cycling the filter media we are now performing the last steps before introducing the fish.

    Back in February we have thoroughly rinsed the bogwood and gravel. Since February we...
  4. Thread: Led for a 40g

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    Thanks for noting it!!!! Asking supplier to do...

    Thanks for noting it!!!!

    Asking supplier to do this:

    8 x white cree @ 6500k - 50 degrees
    8 x white cree @ 6500k - 80 degrees
    4 x red @ 630nm - 60 degrees

    That should do the trick right?
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    Not sure I said so. That refers to what angle is...

    Not sure I said so. That refers to what angle is supported. I'll go by what u said earlier. This 60w seems a good deal right?
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    OK thanks. Will try to see from where to get some...

    OK thanks. Will try to see from where to get some cheap lava rock then. How much grams do u reckon I need in total for my volume?
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    thanks for the explanation! with regards to...

    thanks for the explanation!

    with regards to the heavy water circulation i won't have that .. so it ll be out of the question

    with regards to tiny bits i guess you're meaning something like this...
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    @Cliff .. so you're suggesting I don't bother...

    @Cliff .. so you're suggesting I don't bother with the Zeolites either? Just get 2kgs bio-rings?

    @MCHRKiller .. I guess the rock can be also used in the main tank as display no? If it's a nice...
  9. Thread: Led for a 40g

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    thanks Sandz for your suggestion however a...

    thanks Sandz for your suggestion however a fixture can't be found in Malta .. searched for it but to no luck

    and any led tube i found is less than 14W.

    now I'm waiting for confirmation from...
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    Type of Biological medium

    worth it getting 600g of this mix? :ceramic ring , volcanic rock stone , , white breathing loop , philippines ammonia removal stone , far-infrared bacteria house , quartz ball , coral sand ,...
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    That's for me right? Its a bit off my budget I...

    That's for me right? Its a bit off my budget I think. I'm aiming 30euros
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    basically its 18 LEDs @ mixed 6500K, 6600K, 6700K...

    basically its 18 LEDs @ mixed 6500K, 6600K, 6700K (they have different white leds and I have the option to choose which ones) + 4 reds @ 630nm .. I can choose which angle to put as well .. shall I go...
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    there is also this option:...

    there is also this option: http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/5m-300LED-5050-SMD-IP65-Waterproof-12V-flexible-light-60led-m-LED-strip-white-warm-white/328535_877033947.html

    They can customise...
  14. Thread: Led for a 40g

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    Found also the below option too ...

    Found also the below option too

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Waterproof-50cm-44-Keys-Remote-Fish-Aquarium-Strip-LED-Light-Color-Changing-Tank-/190871642949?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2c70d62345
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    I have drafted the below customisation - would it...

    I have drafted the below customisation - would it work? tried to mix 65k 66k and 67k as per your instructions?

    Went for 3 red to disparse the light .. any suggestions will be truly appreciated
    ...
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    Thanks for d info. And is 22w sufficient? ...

    Thanks for d info.

    And is 22w sufficient?

    Which wavelength should I aim for on the Red spectrum? They have different options
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    I can tell them any ratio and colours I want....

    I can tell them any ratio and colours I want. What's your suggestions then? 16 white @ 6500k 4 blue @ 450nm + 2 red @660nm?

    Thanks!
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    Led for a 40g

    Hi all,


    I have come accross this LED...
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    will using red / green / blue together at the...

    will using red / green / blue together at the same time whilst white switched on too look awkward? i am afraid the light won't mix so it will look as if 3 spot lights are switched on

    would blue...
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    anyone can suggest which set should I buy? ie...

    anyone can suggest which set should I buy? ie from which seller please?
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    Amazol .. anyone heard of this? A local seller is...

    Amazol .. anyone heard of this? A local seller is claiming this:



    Is it worthy to risk my fishes life?
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    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlPQO...

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlPQOlWNes5hdENjX3BvMGF5NjgzbVBoT2JxSmZLRmc&usp=sharing Presented with this data: which set would you buy? The most serious heatsink is the one of...
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    Seachem Prime vs NT Labs Chlor-Go

    Hi,

    First question is if Chlor-Go is good for Tropical aquatic? I'm still awaiting answer from their sales dept.

    Which one do you recommend? Both seem to be in the same price range, although NT...
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    thanks for your reply. swords seem to need 2W per...

    thanks for your reply. swords seem to need 2W per G .. I guess I won't have that right?

    the last two however seem to be less demanding no?
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    LED lightning for a low-light Planted 40g

    Guys

    I am setting up a new aquarium and am thinking of doing the following LED Set up

    0.5M 50CM 12V 36 LED 5630 SMD Cool White Hard Strip Light Aluminum Shell End Fixture...
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