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    redemer123 - Reefkeeper
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    Im looking for some suggestions on LED fixtures I could use on the 120g tank I just set up. dimensions are 4x2x2.
    It takes a long long time to build a coral reef. Step by step the reefs survive on partnerships. And the most important partners are you and I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    Im looking for some suggestions on LED fixtures I could use on the 120g tank I just set up. dimensions are 4x2x2.
    i'd say build your own but i know you hate building stuff soooo any fixtures for your tank are gonnna be in the 1000$ range.

    heck i'd build you one if you bought all the materials lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    Im looking for some suggestions on LED fixtures I could use on the 120g tank I just set up. dimensions are 4x2x2.
    Ther's lots of LED's to choose from and lot's of price's.Knowing what you want to keep in the tank and what kinda cash your willing to spend would help allot

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    its going to be a mixed reef , acros, zoas and everything in between
    It takes a long long time to build a coral reef. Step by step the reefs survive on partnerships. And the most important partners are you and I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    its going to be a mixed reef , acros, zoas and everything in between
    ok so whats ur price range?

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    I love building stuff russ I wouldnt want to do this though because I dont know anything about building LED fixtures lol
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    Im using the evolution led fixtures. They are 120 watts 20k. Each fixture will cover a 2x2 area. They are also pretty reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    I love building stuff russ I wouldnt want to do this though because I dont know anything about building LED fixtures lol
    its pretty straight forward, im no electrical engineer and i got mine working first try

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    If I used two of those 2x2's that would be perfect, price range im sure...If its awesome does its job and looks good at the same time I wont mind forking out the cash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    If I used two of those 2x2's that would be perfect, price range im sure...If its awesome does its job and looks good at the same time I wont mind forking out the cash.
    If you feel that way about it then BUY the AI sol super blues or whites.Nothing on the market is more adjustable,more user friendly(with there controler) or produces the same personal prefrence apperance and par levels.Well worth the 525.00 per moduale price tag.Here's a link

    Aqua Illuminations 2 Modules Kit - AquaCave

    Aqua cave has complete package deals and they have the fastest delivery deal worked out with ai.This should do your tank just fine.If you look in the hardware area a few of use just got them and there's pics of the finished set up.

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