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Old 11-20-2013, 02:27 PM   #11
 
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I absolutely hate HOBs they've been nothing but a pain for me when using them in larger tanks. Anything larger than 55 gallons and I recommend cansiter filters. For larger tanks, it's best to run 2 HOBs even if you find 1 that works like 2. The cost alone would be the same of a cansiter filter and canister filters are generally more powerful and can hold more media.
My SunSun HW-302 is much more efficient and powerful than 2 Marinelands made for a 75 gallon. Its also kept my water cleaner. I thought my water was pretty clean. But it actually got cleaner when I got the canister! The nice thing about SunSuns is they're cheaper than most canisters but their quality isn't lacking.

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