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Hey guys, been out of the hobby for a few years but looking to get a new tank. Are the all in one tanks ok? It's hard to get info on them. I'm looking at getting one of the bigger Aquaone tanks, around the 4ft mark. Or should I hit up MSAquariums for a tank/stand and get a seperate canister etc? From memory Aquaone used to be a bit of a dirty word, are they any better?
Hi guys, I've been reading the forums for some time now but this is my first post. I have an African Cichlid tank all set-up and running reasonably well for about 6 weeks. I went away for the weekend and my house mate overfed them and caused an algae bloom. I managed to get this under control within a few days with water changes and SeaChem Prime. My question is, I am starting to wonder whether I may need additional filtration in my system. My tank details are as follows AquaOne 980 T Tank (250L) Overhead trickle filter - 1000 LPH AquaOne 104f Maxi Internal Power Filter - 2000LPH Air Curtain Approximately 22 African Cichlids both Male and Female The 104f provides a decent current in an anti-clockwise direction. The reason for going with an internal filter is that there is no holes in the hood to fit inlet/outlet pipes for a canister. I also wanted to keep the trickle filter which means drilling holes in the hood is not an option. I was thinking of adding a second internal filter? Preferably something that doesn't provide too much current as the 104f is taking care of this as is. I could always turn the power down on the 104f if necessary. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated. Pictures attached. Sorry for the glare.