Tank recommendation for newbie (90cm)

kaansey

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Hi everyone,
I am new in this forum also for the tanks. I am looking for easily maintainable tanks.
I have found Red Sea MAX E-260 (AIO) looks very easy to build and maintainable.
I don't have any idea how noisy it is but this is one of the important things for me. If anyone has it, could you give me some detail about the noise level and other parts which you find important to mention?

I am open to other suggestions if you have any recommendations.
Thanks in advance.
 

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Welcome to R2R! Plenty of red sea users here. Unfortunately I am not one (someday fingers crossed) but someone who is will chime in and be more than willing to answer your questions. Welcome to the forum!
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I have a Red Sea Reefer 425xl and love it. My first tank was a Innovative Marine Fusion 40 gallon AIO. The only problem I had with noise on that tank was their ghost skimmer. I switched it out with a Tunze 3155, and never looked back. The beginning of my build thread has a pic of the all AIO.
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