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Marc11
08/22/2016, 03:46 PM
As title states. What does aquaforest use on their tanks? Also is there a combo that works for growth but also appealing to the eye? Looking for peoples thoughts and experiences?

I currently run a reefbrite 250 Halide (radium) with blue LED's.

plyle02
08/22/2016, 04:12 PM
I am fairly certain AF uses T5, Seweryn and Debora both use t5 too. I as well :) Any lights are compatible, and I have seen plenty of tanks with both LED and Halide, just seems the predominate choice for heavy SPS tanks is t5. I personally have 2 reefbrite strips that are on my tank with straight blue. Love the growth plus color... Cheers

Marc11
08/22/2016, 04:38 PM
Great. Just wanted to start a thread where people can chime in.

NewbReefer316
08/24/2016, 09:03 AM
I'm going with hybrid t5's. One tank will have a 8 bulb fixture with 2 RB strips the other will have 4 t5 bulbs with 3 full spectrum pucks

Reel North
09/05/2016, 11:30 AM
I use 3 X 250w radiums with 2 reefbrite XHO LED strips.

Beast.

I was using T5 but found them to be flat as far as far as shimmer goes. I AM putting the 8x80 w ATI over my frag tank though.

ClearwaterUK
09/05/2016, 02:15 PM
I am using 3 x Orphek Atlantik V2.1b