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I have two Fluval SpecV's that come with a great new designed 7000 k light, but you can't control the intensity or color just on , moonlights or off. so I had these Current Satelights and have started using them instead. Now I have full control of color, intensity and can be set up with a digital timer too. Here's a picture with the stock light and one set up now and will add another picture when I get the other set up on the new stand I have.

Stock light that comes with the tank: a little too bright for my liking, kinda washes the sand out.


Current Satelight light: a little more gentle color, but not too bright on the sand.
 

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added pictures...............
Modified my perfecto stand with a solid top and set up my other Spec V and tried my hand at planting the proper way before the water goes in, :rolleyes: yup it's easier. I agree with Karen, long straight tweezers would work better for planting, have to get a pair.

 
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