White, red, or green?

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  1. RSnodgrass

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    So after more effort than needed i finally have a lighting setup that seems to be working. Now i need to tweak it for better color.

    My green and red channels are 15% while my whites are 20%, blues @ 100%.

    I've got a few corals I'm trying to get back to their original color and it's been determined that intensity isn't likely the driver. Ex: Green Nepthia is army green instead of it's normal neon green.
     
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    Is it army green under your led, or in daylight? Natural light.
     
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    Under the normal led lighting listed above.
     

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