Sorry to come back with another question - I've been looking at air pumps, and was going to go for something like a

Hozelock 320 - so 2 outputs, 320 lph total, not sure if Hozelock pumps are considered a decent brand, but it seemed OK for the price and TBH this is my first ever pump of any kind so I'm expecting I'll want to move on at some point anyway.

Both Airlifts I've ordered state min air pump requirement 100-150 lph, so to me that pump at 320 lph sounded perfect, but I was chatting to our local pond supplier and they suggested maybe getting a 4 output pump, like a

Hozelock 640 and just connect the outputs together with t-peices, so I end up with 2 outputs, with a higher lph.

The pump is adjustable so I have some control there, but I was concerned that might be too much output for the airlift and I end up with water shooting everywhere? Not sure that's possible but you get where I'm coming from!

Does the bigger pump sound like a good call or do you think the smaller one would be up to it, any of you connected outputs in this way?

Thanks.