The first gen gyres had noise issues but my 2nd gen are very quiet (and I’m picky) as long as I clean them regularly. I haven’t tried 3rd gen, but I would assume they aren’t worse. For DC driven pumps/power heads I always buy larger than I need and try to run them slower, results in much quieter and more energy efficient use.Suggest PhotoSync for getting pictures from phone to computer.
No cable needed. You run the app on the phone and PC at the same time, and they connect through wifi.
One of the few that can even transfer HEIF format.
Looks like you need some more herbivores and snails.
Ahh ... flow....
Rossmont and Gyre were too noisy for me.
I am revisiting flow as well these days. No obvious new winning technology.
I have toyed with doing some DIY thing even.
So far, in all these years, the only powerhead that has not had some sort of issue was Tunze.
See here's the thing, did the store go out of business as a result of not selling a particular brand? I'm guessing no. Like I said I get the arguments on the other side and am in no way trying to say the views of others are less valid than mine, they're simply different than mine. Sorry for the "I'm running for office" type of response, it's just I know this is one of those issues people will bicker on and I'm really ok with the "agree to disagree, but I don't hate you because you disagree" stance.It was a sad day when I watched my LFS in Indiana stop selling an entire brand because the internet price suddenly dropped below his wholesale price when the brand abandoned MAP