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    i have wanted to try this experiment for awhile now, but i am not 100% what forum to put it in. i guess this one is as good as any... so...

    i have the Neptune Apex along with the AI lights. so my tank has the abilty to lightning storm. i thought it would be cool to add some red lighting effects since this sometimes accompanys the lightning. i only have these lit during the storm.
    what do you think?


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    wow looks so sick about u did something with them leds
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    Looks pretty crazy for sure and I'm sure the pics don't do it justice either lol!

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    need a better close up shot. chop chop!
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    Looks like lava!! Freaking sweet!! I love it
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    sweeeeet idea...may be I can try something like this aswell...pass on info bro...

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    That is really cool looking!

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    Wow now this is awesome. Hope we get a video if you do the effects. How'd you do them underwater?

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    I've thought bout it as well my son had a hydor led light in his African rock that went through red blue n green but wasn't sure how fish n such would react but killer idea with the storms may need a apex n ditch reefkeeper we got lol

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    Looks like lava...underwater volcano reef!

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