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Old June 14th 05, 09:04 AM
crav2300 crav2300 is offline
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Default Eheim filter

I am currently using an internal filter for my 55 gallon planted tank. Currently, I am using an internal filter for its quietness. However, the internal filter practically does nothing to cleaning the tank water other than move it around. Now, I want to get a new external canister filter.

I am planning to get this filter:
Eheim Ecco Comfort Canister Filter- 2234

My first concern...
Do these filters make a lot of noise? If so, are there any better alternatives as to canister filters that make very little noise?

My second concern...
Is this an effective filter, a filter you would recommend me to get?
I currently have 1 pair of angelfish, 6 bleeding heart tetras, 9 ottos, and 10 japonica shrimps in this tank.

thanks!!
 




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