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    eBay quality LEDs

    Does anybody sell the same led lights you see on eBay locally? Or does anyone have some for sale. I want to light my 90 and get good coral growth for 200.00. Is this even possible?

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    I have a reefbreeder photon32 that I could let go for $250 if you are interested.

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    Cody told me he picked up some great led lights off of ebay....maybe he can post up the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsocali View Post
    Cody told me he picked up some great led lights off of ebay....maybe he can post up the link.
    These are the lights I picked up off of Ebay
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2PCS-MarsAqu...item5658e7c2e9

    Cody purchased them as well and really likes them.

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    Neither of these seem like they would light a 90 gallon...or am I wrong?

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    The set ebay lights or the Reefbreeder photon 32 would light 90 gallon no problem. I had a similar set of ebay lights on my 110 gallon for a couple years with great success, then got the photon32 and used it for a little more than a year with similar result. However, in my experience, neither of them gave me the color I want out of my sps, so I switch back to halide.

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    I am interested in the reefbreeder for sure. I gotta budget for it

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    2 of the ones I posted are more than enough for a clam on the sand bed of a 90g

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    I have the photon32 hanging over my frag tank at the moment so you are welcome to come check it out and play around with it to see if it's something that you are looking for. My dad's mix reef tank also have some older non-full-spectrum ebay lights over it, then we add some uv and red leds to the fixtures recently and seen some good colors with the lps.

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    Are you selling yours Levi?

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    Or rather would you be willing to sell yours?

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    I'm not selling mine but they are so cheap brand new, can't buy used for much cheaper honestly. Used leds usually go for 60 and these new are like 85 each

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    Levi can you do sunrise and sunsets on this unit

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    No its on off and dimmable by a nob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    No its on off and dimmable by a nob
    hehehehe you said nob giggle giggle

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    Haha

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    If your looking for sunrise sunset check out my online store.

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    I was thinking of doing two dim full spectrum ever grows led for the 50gal rimless starphire glass tank I'm starting to piecing together. Do you think that would be good enough for sps and clams . what I really want is the zetlight ZT 6600 but I'm two poor even with the group buy that Jared is putting together http://www.zetlight.com/index.php/products?id=46

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    Levi is there a add on product that can create sunrise sunset/storm effects with these?

    Delta what's your website?

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    I have my dimmable full spectrum over my 40 gallon about 15" from the glass tops and have my clam on the sand bed and it's loving life. After much debate I decided I am selling two of these lights. Used for 2 months and can't be happier with the growth in clam and a wide variety of corals. I am keeping the other two for my frag tank and my 40g.

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