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I was wanting to set up a second sponge filter in my 36 gallon bowfront. I've heard of two ways to do this. One way is to use a splitter and the other way is just to stack the filters together. What's the difference and is one better than the other?

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I have done both; I'd say the benefit to having two separate is adding additional water flow to another area of the tank via another sponge. In the tanks where I only have one sponge, or stacked sponges, I still added an air stone to the other side of the tank for flow.

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