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Thread: Fish tank in a media room???
05-23-2013, 11:57 AM #21
I believe long term exposure may stress them, or very sudden noises, but I do notice that my fish are not effected unless the vibration is right up near the glass, any noise from the TV just seems to be ignored.
I would say find a different room, because if you only watch movies 1-2x per week that means you don't enjoy the fish in the same room very often
I speak from experience of watching the fish during loud movies... trust me, the bruises i get from my fiance noticing prove it ;)
05-23-2013, 01:44 PM #22
So, I missed this being out and about. Sorry for chiming in on page 3. I am and have been a bass player for almost 20 years. I play loud and deep and have kept fish for longer. I have my bass amp in the same room as I do my fish tank. I have never seen any ill effects personally of even fry freaking out due to the low tones. However, the flashing, that can be an issue easily solved with a sound dampening blanket. When you choose to watch you want a dark room anyway so blanket the tank with a quality sound dampener and you will be fine.
05-23-2013, 01:57 PM #23
So you guys are saying I can't bring my 10 gallon to the Metallica concert??...dang it, already bought the tetra's tickets...
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05-23-2013, 03:37 PM #28Banned CoryCat
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I did not think there was any drama going on here. I have not misunderstood anything. There seems to be a difference of opinion going on here, but nothing that I considered dramatic. Sorry for any confusion I may have caused.