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  1. Should have (3) new couples sign up for membership to INDMAS and should be attending this there 1st meeting. Vince should be joining the club tonight. Vince & Katie Roberts Paul & Janet Rhonda & Curtis Bowen
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  2. I went ahead and ordered the Reef Brite 175 watt Metal Halide/LED Hybrid. Also got the dimmer controls for the leds so I can have sunrise/sunset ramp up and down times on the tank.
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  3. I have used Dr Tim’s a few times with good results. I’d imagine that most of them are pretty equivalent but you might do some reading on the “bigger ones. I flunked out of med school, and that makes me a doctor in New Jersey, so take my opinion as such.
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  4. You can also consider the flip side a Kessil a500x / T5 combo
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  5. I’ve got 3 xr30 pros and a 2 bulb t5 fixture to take care of shadowing on the 180.
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  6. Well the break is over. Bought a tank this week, I’m thinking of doing a build thread if anyone would be interested.
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  7. Burn out can happen. Sometimes breaks are warranted. I’ve had saltwater for 43 yrs. (Thats not a typo!). Literally, The inception of the hobby. Experienced burnout from time to time myself. Sometimes life becomes more complicated limiting the time with a system. The once enjoyment becomes something else to do, and then it turns into a job taking the fun out of it. Happened to me. I can’t see myself without a tank, but i have reinvented what i keep to ignite the spark. Have had macro algae tanks with mangroves and different livestock. A Caribbean biotope. I found reinventing and simplifying a system can help, however, breaks can be good to refocus until the next system.
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