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Thread: My first marine tank. Auqanano 40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albertunderthesea View Post
    Looks like Santa came early this year. Let us know how you like the Razor, as im thinking of picking one up as well.
    i love everything about the razor. the amount you can programme it too how easy its is to use to how good it looks

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    Wow the razor has completely changed the look of your tank. A lot more vibrant. Can't wait to get mine now
    Previous Tank:Chris' TMC15
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    that and the mp-10 are the best things ive ever bought.

    i was really happy with my mrl tile and couldnt see the razor being that much better. but its in a different league tbh.

    but for the price of the mrl tile you cant fault that either

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    How'd you find the noise of the mp10 to mate? I presume you have it set low

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    Ive got it set at 50% and all I hear is a slight buzz. I cant really notice it tbh. Once I set my skimmer up on the new tank im expecting that to be the loudest

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    Cool

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    Tank is officially closed down. Sad times learnt so much from this little beauty. Oh well big tank = lots more corals = alot smaller wallet. Haaa. Well il start a new thread soon for the. New tank.

    And thank you for all the advise you guy's have given me

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    You selling your aquanano 40?
    Previous Tank:Chris' TMC15
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    If my brother doesn't want it then maybe. Would have to be collection though

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_shep View Post
    If my brother doesn't want it then maybe. Would have to be collection though
    Ah no worries I can't collect it
    Previous Tank:Chris' TMC15
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