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#87534 31-Jul-2011 19:18
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Looking for a stand to hold my 3x 24" monitors.  BigHammer sourced me the Aavara TS743, however I'd like the outer screens to be at more of an angle in - the Aavara pretty much has them completely flat, all in a line.

Suggestions anyone?

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  #500055 31-Jul-2011 19:21
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No suggestion. But you are a show off, sir!

Actually, it swivels 20 degrees according to that page. Isn't that enough?




 

 

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  #500102 31-Jul-2011 21:48
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freitasm: Actually, it swivels 20 degrees according to that page. Isn't that enough?


They were alittle generous with the 20 degree swivel.  Works well if you have 3x 22"s.  The 24s are too wide to swivel at all.

 
 
 
 


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  #501506 3-Aug-2011 17:02
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When I was looking for a 3x arm for mine, the only ones I could dig up are $1200+

I am currently using 3x single arm mounts which I got off trademe for $100 each.

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  #501519 3-Aug-2011 17:19
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Privoxy: When I was looking for a 3x arm for mine, the only ones I could dig up are $1200+

I am currently using 3x single arm mounts which I got off trademe for $100 each.


Which is pretty much why nate asked me to find a supplier of the Aavara TS743 bracket. The Ergotron stands are quite a bit more expensive (although generally great quality). The distributor that carries Aavara had to special order the TS743 for me as they hadn't sold them before.

The real reason we're having problems with this is that nate is the only one in Auckland with 3 24" monitors that doesn't have government or corporate funding to pay for the stands! ;-)


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  #501748 4-Aug-2011 08:45
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Does that mean I am the only person in wellington in the same situation? ;)


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  #502077 4-Aug-2011 18:28
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Think i just seen what your after!

Check these out, not bad value at $599 either..

xfx tri-stand @ playtech



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  #502256 5-Aug-2011 08:49
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Wow that looks perfect... great find. +1

 
 
 
 


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  #502266 5-Aug-2011 09:06
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Would be good to know what weight it can hold on each arm before it starts to bow/bend...

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  #502270 5-Aug-2011 09:07
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Pricing getting up there. Nearly the price of three 24" monitors! Looks the part though.

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  #502283 5-Aug-2011 09:18
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Yea but its almost half price of any other real alternative... My 24" monitors were all $500+ so with that in mind I could justify it...

Reality is thought it wont offer anything over my current setup with three individual arms

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  #502338 5-Aug-2011 11:12
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Privoxy: Yea but its almost half price of any other real alternative... My 24" monitors were all $500+ so with that in mind I could justify it...


I like your logic thereMoney mouth, I wish my wife would think like that.




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  #502361 5-Aug-2011 11:54
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Privoxy: Does that mean I am the only person in wellington in the same situation? ;)



Yes :( I only have 2x 22" either side of a 24"  




this is a slap in the face!


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