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Last Review Posted Aquarium Power Filters
I have the 75 for a 55g that came with the tank as a kit. Easy to set up and get running out of the box. The motor is very quiet and I find the water trickle very soothing. (Tank is near my bed) The one issue I personally have is how the main filter tank is set up. Any addition of bio media has to be improvised and the only filters available have carbon in them which is essentially useless after a month. But, with a little improvisation the performance can be greatly improved. I stuck a bag of ceramic bio media in front of the second filter pad and put a bunch of polyester filter fiber in between each filter and it's plastic 'bio cage'. About 2 days later my water was noticeably clearer and my nitrate levels dropped from 10-20 to 5.
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