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Topic # 99008 10-Mar-2012 22:01 Send private message

Looking for something to hold my the 24" monitors. Thinking of a Triple Monitor Stand but not keen on spending lots. Does anyone have location to buy one, and this will be used for my gaming. 

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  Reply # 593389 10-Mar-2012 23:07 Send private message

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=87534



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  Reply # 593402 10-Mar-2012 23:16 Send private message

Thanks,

I noticed there was talk about the " it swivels 20 degrees according to that page." should i be worried about this?

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  Reply # 593404 10-Mar-2012 23:17 Send private message

You can try Computer Dynamics, http://www.cdlnz.com/index.html?do=LCDBRAC&code=LCDBRAC

At work I've just gone with using my low profile workstation plus two adjustable stands on either side for my three monitors. Luckily my monitors came with adjustable stands so positioning them wasn't much trouble.





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  Reply # 593407 10-Mar-2012 23:21 Send private message

I ended up going for three individual Brateck as I can then put the monitors at a more sharper angle in the exact position I want them in.

I wasn't able to find one decent stand for my 3x 24"s.  If you do, I'm all ears :) 






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  Reply # 593409 10-Mar-2012 23:44 Send private message

nate: I ended up going for three individual Brateck as I can then put the monitors at a more sharper angle in the exact position I want them in.

I wasn't able to find one decent stand for my 3x 24"s.  If you do, I'm all ears :) 


Yea the "Aavara TS743" Stand looks nice, but want to know more about it. Cant believe how hard it is to find something.

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  Reply # 593567 11-Mar-2012 15:02 Send private message

th3r3turn:
nate: I ended up going for three individual Brateck as I can then put the monitors at a more sharper angle in the exact position I want them in.

I wasn't able to find one decent stand for my 3x 24"s.  If you do, I'm all ears :) 


Yea the "Aavara TS743" Stand looks nice, but want to know more about it. Cant believe how hard it is to find something.


It's not suitable for 24"s.  Because the monitors as so big, you have to have them at 180 degrees.

If you want your monitors like that, it's fine, but it wasn't suitable for my needs so I sold it not longer after I bought it.




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