I am currently running a Coral Brite 2352d LEd setup on my system. Though I like the shimmer effect from the LED and how the tank looks early morning and later at night with different dimmer settings of the blue, it looks nasty, greyish and my corals are completely washed out. The rocks even look like dirty rocks rather then nice reef rocks. I'm trying to determine if buying a Radion or other better quality LEd will improve the look of my tank. It just does not look like I want it too and as I said only morning and night look good, the rest of the day it looks dingy and washed out. Odd thing is, it looked fairly decent with my last 65 but it leaked. Is there any chance that the rock layout and placement could effect the way the tank and corals look overall? Either way I want a better LEd setup from a reputable company who backs their product. I would like to have a controller that runs from the computer and has a good amount of spectrum adjustment to get the colors I'm aiming for. The Radion sounds like it would fit but there is so much back and forth about lights, like most things in this hobby, that it is hard to make a decision. I just want my tank to look good throughout the entire day and the corals to look and be healthy. I've wasted a ton of money trying different lighting
solutions so this has to be it. Tanks about 14 months old and I love it but it just does not look right to me. My T5 4 bulb gave much better color. The LED seems to be maiking everything much happier. Sorry for being all over and any and all feedback is truly appreciated.
If I were to choose Radion, how many are necessary for a 65 gallon
to get good coverage? And what do I need to go with them to have control from the pc?