Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: San Francisco, CA
Erirku, I have two of the Music Glass 10's. One produces really fine bubbles, the other does not. Both are piped into DIY setups.
I should add that virtually all of my non-ADA diffusers didn't produce fine bubbles initially. (The ADA one I have always did. Then again, it's always been piped into pressurized.)
Are the Music Glass 10'w worth it? In my opinion, absolutely yes. Their small form factor alone -- especially in the small tanks that I have -- give the tanks a glassware "cuteness factor" in addition to the functionality inherent in any diffuser.
I would not, however, recommend it for pressurized on anything over a Mini-S. The surface space of the disk simply would not allow for adequate diffusion under high pressure. (I've found that there is a "maximum pressure point" for each sized diffuser where once you pass a certain bps point, the bubbles stop becoming a fine mist and rush out in larger, presumably less-saturable CO2 bubbles. Glass diffusers with a ceramic disk with a larger surface area have a higher bps threshold than one as small as the Music Glass 10.)