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Blue and white bulbs
So with our tax return, I am upgrading a few items on my angel tank and I'd like to get: Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay
However I am concerned about the blue bulb. The other bulb is 10,000k.
What is your opinion/or experience in using lighting like this?
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I do not see a light on the link provided. If you are talking about one actinic 420 nanometer and one 10,000 kelvin bulb that is referred to as 50\50 and is usually used on salt water setups. Although not as efficient for fresh water plant growth I really find the looks appealing as it is a crisp white blue color.
This is the 2nd forum that link went all weird on me :P
Here's what I meant to link:
T5 Dual 48" HO Aquarium Light Strip Cichlid Marine Tropical Fish 108W 55g 2 Bulb | eBay
But after chatting with some planted tank folks, I think I'll go with this fixture instead
48" Aquarium T5 HO Light 54W 6500K X2 Plant Daylight Fish Odyssea CE | eBay
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