Coralife LED Biocube Aquarium LED
- Sleek modern hood with vibrant LED lighting
- Integrated 24-hour timer with three independent channels: bright white, sparkling blue and color enhancing LEDs
- Automatic 30 minute sunrise/sunset and 60 minute moonrise/moonset functions to replicate natural day cycle
- Compact and customizable built-in filtration – easy to setup and maintain. Clear glass back panel for easy refugium set-up
- Quiet submersible pump, dual intakes and adjustable return nozzle. Average output at 12-inches is lux 2200 and peak lux is 3430
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The integrated 24-hour timer makes it easy to control the three independent channels: Bright white, sparkling blue and color enhancing LEDs for maximum beauty. Each BioCube also includes automatic 30 minute sunrise/sunset and 60 minute moonrise/moonset functions to replicate a natural day/night cycle. BioCubes are a great starter aquarium because they feature a compact and customizable filtration chamber that is already built-in to the back of the aquarium. Among other great features are the quiet submersible pump, dual intakes and adjustable return nozzle. Each aquarium is also 2" taller than the original BioCube aquariums, creating a larger viewing area with the new 16 and 32 sizes. Compatible with all existing BioCube accessories. Refer to the manual for troubleshooting steps.
Size: Size 32
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MODS are In-Tank media basket and 9001 Tunze skimmer still working on the Tunze. Mustangarrett seemed to have bashed this tank for being as loud as a dirt devil as you can tell in the video it is not. Shipping was done good but would have liked them on the outside box to place fragile or glass on it. It was unmarked, luckily it arrived undamaged. I did have a slight rubbing sound coming from the fan on the 1st night but I accidentally slammed the lid and the sound went away and yes the fan still works. That is a bonus on durability. The discharge hose from the pump was 2 inches too short. I had to float the pump up to connect the discharge tube to the outlet nozzle. Wrote the seller about that issue and they resolved it. Great customer service. I have it placed over my desk on top of the file cabinet, I would normally not suggest a full tank on a desk but seems to be working good I did a standing/ bouncing test on my desk before attempting this. All in all very happy camper after 3 weeks of research I do not regret my 1st saltwater tank purchase at all.
The LEDs and programmability are really nice for this price point of an all-in-one tank.
I wasn't sure about the frame and lid given the popularity of rimless tanks but so far I really like it. The lid really reduces any sound and evaporation. It will also help with dartfish and some others that might like to jump out.
Overall, a very well thought out package.
Ironically, one of the main reasons I moved to the BC32 was for reduced fan noise. My BC29 had been retrofitted with an LED upgrade kit that, while amazingly bright, had a fan that was a bit loud when sitting near the tank. I knew from the reviews here and forum posts elsewhere that the fan on the BC32 would likely be loud as well, research revealed that unlike the specially-shaped fan in my LED retrofit, the BC32 fan could easily be swapped for a much more quiet one, which I plan to do.
The fan noise of my BC32 is interesting... while the "whoosh" sound of the airflow is audible, much more prominent is a gentle but noticeable rrrrrr rrrrrrr rrrrrr hum/buzz sound, which seems to be the result of the fan's vibrations resonating with the hood. It's not offensive at all when standing 10-15ft away, but when sitting right next to it (as I often do), it's quite noticeable and makes it hard to hear the tv. The fan mod will be simple and cheap, but it's just annoying that, for just a few bucks more, the manufacturer could have included a better fan. But, it may very well simply be a case of manufacturing variances, as some have reported their fans to be very quiet, and others have described a noise that sounds much worse than mine.
I like the fact that they've ditched the previously included BioBalls, and instead provided a media rack. For the moment, I'm running heater and chaeto macroalgae (with a small submersible light) in chamber one, Purigen and ChemiPure Elite in the big chamber 2, and just a temperature probe with the stock return pump in chamber 3. May replace the return pump with a cooler-running Cobalt MJ900, but so far the stock pump is quiet.
The LEDs are not extraordinarily bright, but that's fine with me... plenty bright enough for my stocking plans (fish, and some relatively simple soft corals). Programming the timers was not difficult, but the manual would have been improved by providing an example along with the how-to instructions, as it was a bit confusing as to which lights should be on at any given time. Here's what I ended up with:
8am: blue "moonlights" (channel 3) begin to ramp up (and stay on all day)
9am: color-enhancing "sunrise/sunset" lights (channel 2) begin to ramp up (and stay on all day)
10am: full-power daylight lights (channel 1) come on
10pm: daylight lights turn off, color enhancing lights begin to ramp down, gradually just leaving moonlights on
2am: moonlights begin to ramp down, giving the fish some total darkness until dawn