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Old 01-09-2017, 11:20 AM   #1
Matt7 Matt7 is offline
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radion question

I currently have 4 radion units. I have 2 standard g2, a g1 that was upgraded to a g2 pro and a g3 pro- all XR30. These 4 will be going over a standard 120 and an 80 rimless. I have been looking and debating... with the new g4 xr15 they say they will cover a 24x24 cube with ease, so what would be better 2 of the g4 xr15 or a combination of 2 of the xr30s that I have?

info: 120 is 48x24x24 and will be a display tank mixed reef, 80 gallon is 48x24x16 and the right side will be a frag tank (24x24x16 area) and the left side will be a zoa garden and some LPS. The 80 will not be a display it is in the sump room.
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