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    Once you go Black you never go back :-)
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    did black on one tank, the next blue, and then black again lol.

    with the blue background the coral's colors pop less. black brings it out and IMO also seems to add a lot more depth.

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    Black is my personal choice gives a deep water look and feel if you know what I mean. Blue looks fake

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    Black paint!

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    Black. It just makes the colors pop more.
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    I liked my old tank of having it all GSP, new tank is all black and it looks clean and is not disctracting.
    BioCube 32 with 5 bubble tip anemones, XL toadstool leather, and various other softies

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    I was always a black background kinda guy, didnít care for blue. But on my last larger setup I left it clear. Tank was a deep blue 80 with a corner overflow. I think without a background it added a sense of depth to the tank.






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