|05-06-2009 05:05 AM|
I cant vouch for their ceramic diffusors but I have a CalAqua 'Oracle' Drop checker and am serious when I say that I could knock someone out with it, easily and still have a functioning drop checker.
|05-06-2009 05:00 AM|
I own Do!Aqua and they are great. Pretty durable and comparable to the ADA products, although the finishing is not as good.
Has anybody tried Cal!Aqua available thru GLA? They are cheap and works fine, but much less durable. Specially the pollen glass are really flimsy.
|05-06-2009 04:06 AM|
|corporate p||i was at afa over the weekend and i saw a doaqua tank with 90p dimensions for about $350 . there was also doaqua matching stand for $650|
|05-06-2009 01:32 AM|
|Ugly Genius||Don't be too hasty, ldk59. I did use the Music Glass 10 in my Mini-M for a time and it worked well enough. Remember: I pump a ton of CO2 into my tanks, so what I call "just enough" others may call "too much". Give it a try before you sell it. You might find that it's great for you.|
|05-06-2009 12:12 AM|
|05-05-2009 08:53 AM|
|Erirku||Thank Ugly Genius|
|05-04-2009 02:55 PM|
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.)
|05-04-2009 06:30 AM|
|bsmith||I just purchased the co2 music counter and am eagerly awaiting its arrival!|
|05-04-2009 06:11 AM|
|Erirku||Hey Ugly Genius, can you tell me if the Do!Aqua music glass 10 or 15 is worth the purchase? Does it produce fine/misty looking bubbles? LMK. Thanks.|
|05-04-2009 01:16 AM|
|connordude27||dang!!! to think thats not even the smallest one!!!|
|05-03-2009 11:18 PM|
Do!aqua Music glass mini pics
Here's a couple pics as promised
|05-03-2009 10:24 PM|
wow thats super small
hey they finally updated what they have
|05-03-2009 04:20 AM|
|05-03-2009 04:14 AM|
|05-03-2009 04:11 AM|
Wonder how that would work in a Mini-M? How long is it? I was lazy and didn't click on the link at AFA to look myself.
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