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Thread: Reccomendations for a good T5 fixture for a 10 gallon

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    Reccomendations for a good T5 fixture for a 10 gallon

    Anyone have any good reccomendations for a T5 lighting fixture for a 10 gallon? Also that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

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    the 2x 18W cheapy's work well, runs 50$

    http://www.amazon.com/Odyssea-Aquari...=noyblogger-20

    You'll need a 6500K bulb to replace the atinic.

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    Says it comes with 2 6500k lights. What do you mean by the actinic one? I see there is also the "marine" version which does indeed have a 10000k and actinic. Will the 10000k + 6500k produce a better coloration than 2 6500k?
    Last edited by puopg; 01-03-2013 at 07:54 PM.

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    No, stick with the 6500K pair.

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    Tom,
    Would two of these lights work well on a 20" cube tank? Odyssey makes a 4 bulb version, but I figured the spread would be poor. Didn't know about the 20" 2 bulb fixture.

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