You need a better idea of what you don't like about the color .I'm just not happy with the way colors look under 2xFluval 3.0's. I imagine it lacks in the red spectrum. What other options should I look at?
75 gallon standard rimmed.
Yeah, the over all look has a yellow cast.You need a better idea of what you don't like about the color .
My guess if you don't switch completely to something like t5's a RGB led array might suit you better.
White leds especially low cri ones have a tendency to err " mute" colors.
Since you have no real yellow in rgb it exaggerates all the colors that are "deamed" important.
Chihiros is probably the most used.
Not the A series. All white
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Yeah, his tank looks incredible under those lights. Do you think those Finnex ALC lights would look better? Are they true RGB?Really any RGB light. I've complained about it before but Fluval's bright white, warm white, pink, and blue combination is nowhere close to RGB. I have no idea how they settled on those colors for their LED's.
I'd say just pick out a tank you like and use what they're using. If you want your tank to look like Greggz's that would be T5's.
Most Finnex w/ 660nm red and the "usual" 7000-8000K whites look pretty err "clean".Yeah, his tank looks incredible under those lights. Do you think those Finnex ALC lights would look better? Are they true RGB?
Well dimming is silly not to have w/ leds since it is so simple and cheap.How important is adjustability, in your opinion?
True. Thank you.Well dimming is silly not to have w/ leds since it is so simple and cheap.
Channel control is important if one is picky on color or wants "effects".
I know I'm jaded but either of the above is not an option but a need.
One needs to decide on their own need/wants.
Hmm, bummer. Thank you.The fan on the AI prime is loud. The app also sucks harder than most aquarium light apps, and that is saying something.
Fan and app aside, how much PAR can they produce?The fan on the AI prime is loud. The app also sucks harder than most aquarium light apps, and that is saying something.
Probably 1 x 120 cm unless you wanna get real creative with your hanging.If I went for this, get 1 light at 120cm or get 2x 60cm and would the 120 or 2x60 have enough spread front to back?
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Are you happy with the light? Do you think it will last for a while. I've read some stories about them dying.Probably 1 x 120 cm unless you wanna get real creative with your hanging.
If I was you I'd start with one and use the fluval as a supplementary light as needed. I use the Chihiros as my main light and the 3 ft Fluval to take pictures. It prevents any dark spots
I got the first-gen WRGB in December 2019, so I've had it about 2.5 years without any defects. Not the exact same light but unless the build quality is significantly worse on the WRGBII I would buy it again. I went back and found the post where I switched from Fluval to Chihiros: The high-tech 22 gallon long (and other projects)Are you happy with the light? Do you think it will last for a while. I've read some stories about them dying.