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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halelorf
    Here is one that I found. http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...9&pcatid=18689 I was looking for one that i've seen online before that is really insane. It runs around $3,000 though so I won't have it for a long long time.
    Those things are amazing!

  2. #22

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    I keep mine between 78 and 80 degrees.

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    ...and also from the makers of the Galileo for corals with more intense lighting requirements (and more expensive LED systems):
    http://www.solarisled.com/Products/t...6/Default.aspx
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

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    Records like those fluctuations are rare and do not represent global trends. These animals are used to environments that are just about as stable as this planet offers. And every species, population, and colony has its own limitations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaybee
    ...and also from the makers of the Galileo for corals with more intense lighting requirements (and more expensive LED systems):
    http://www.solarisled.com/Products/t...6/Default.aspx
    This is the one I was looking for earlier. Couldn't remember the name but they look really nice.

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    Holy crap those are expensive, I'll have to wait till they drop in price and I can actually see some in action.

  7. #27

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    From what I've heard from other hobbyists in my local area there's a fairly new SW LFS in town which has Solaris LED's over all (or most) of their coral systems. I'll have to make it over there one of these days to get a first hand look at them.
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

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    I agree that stability is good and that's why I maintain it. I just thought I'd throw that our there for discussion. Thanks for the info.

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  9. #29

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    78F during the winter since the tank heater turns on and 82F during the summer because I keep my AC at around 80F and the pumps, filter, and lighting heats up the tank a couple degrees from room temp.

    I've heard that the LED systems are great for soft corals and your average SW tank, but don't cut it if you do hard corals. I'd definately get one if I could get a comparible product to the compact flourecent lighting at around $200.
    Last edited by jttt3; 07-17-2008 at 12:25 PM.
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    78 keeps fish and corals happy

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