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post #7771 of 11297
^^^
Will that hold 3 Catleaps in landscape? If it does, I've found my stand.
post #7772 of 11297
Also, I was able to remove the stands without having to take out/disconnect the LCD screen.
  1. You should be able to hold up the LCD screen enough to take of the top two screws of the back cuve plate. * Look at picture number 5 on Scribby's guide*
  2. Flip the monitor around, and lift up the LCD screen while you take of the bottom two screws. * Look at picture number 5 on Scribby's guide*
  3. While the LCD screen is still being held up, unscrew the four screws on the silver bracket to remove the stand. * Look at picture number 7 and 9 on Scribby's guide*
  4. After you have removed the screws, pulled the stand our of the bracket and use a 10mm nut or pliers to remove both nuts. * Look at picture number 9 on Scribby's guide*
  5. Remove the bracket and stand completely - continue with Scribby's guide.

Below are pictures of how I removed it without disconnect the LCD screen.







post #7773 of 11297
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Originally Posted by knightmetro View Post

^^^
Will that hold 3 Catleaps in landscape? If it does, I've found my stand.

I did not try landscape yet, but I will try it in a few and let you know.
post #7774 of 11297
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Originally Posted by curlyp View Post

Triple Monitor Review for Catleaps
Merchant: EastMountLCD.com
Product: Deluxe Triple Monitor Stand Free Standing up to 28"
Price: $95.95
Well, I received the triple monitor mount yesterday, and with one word to describe it, AMAZING!
I was really surprised with the fast shipping and the quality of the mount. I have never heard of this company, so at first, I was a little reluctant to order.
First off, the build quality of this mount is solid! The base of the mount is really sturdy and well made. The mount itself seems to be powder coasted of some sort. It comes with an adjustable pole (for the height of the monitors) which attaches to the base and the arm is assembled with 3 pieces. Adjusting the mount and monitors is very easy for rotating, pivoting, and side to side with a lever locking mechanism. Also, one neat feature I like about this mount, is the cut-out in the pole for your cables!
All the necessary hardware is provided in the box. The instructions were easy to read. It took me less than an hour to assemble the mount and attach the monitors.
Cons:
As of right now, the only thing I noticed, is the arm is not angled much. This does not bother me, but I know some users would like a cockpit feel with a wider angle.
I still have some adjustments and cable management to do, but I am not going to bother with it too much since I am de-bezeling the with in the next week or so. In the mean time, if I have any issue with the mount, I will let the community know.
Overall, I am happy with my purchase, and I highly recommend this mount; especially at this price!
I hope this helps everyone who is seeking a monitor stand for one, two, or three monitors.
So, with out further adieu...check out the pictures

You think a PLP set up of 24" 27" 24" work?
post #7775 of 11297
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Originally Posted by computerdeth View Post

You think a PLP set up of 24" 27" 24" work?

Yes, I don't see why it would. I will try it on my 27's and let you know. If you look at their website, click on this mount, you will see various pictures - one is PLP I believe.
post #7776 of 11297
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Originally Posted by curlyp View Post

Yes, I don't see why it would. I will try it on my 27's and let you know. If you look at their website, click on this mount, you will see various pictures - one is PLP I believe.

I have 2 U2412M and I will be getting a Catleap and im looking for a triple monitor stand. Thanks.
post #7777 of 11297
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Originally Posted by computerdeth View Post

I have 2 U2412M and I will be getting a Catleap and im looking for a triple monitor stand. Thanks.

You are welcome. You will be very happy with your Catleap thumb.gif
post #7778 of 11297
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Originally Posted by kimbernator View Post

How much would I expect to pay? I'm in the US and the original post doesn't speak to how much taxes are.

I would guess anywhere from $20-$30 dollars. FYI, next time tell them $100 or slightly less, or tell them "whatever would cause no additional fees." And they will take care of you. I don't know how much the tax/duty charge is exactly. There is no "set in stone" amount to speak of;)

Edit: Sorry, that is correct, no taxes, but possible duty charges you will have to pay
Edited by AcidNfection - 8/18/12 at 2:25pm
post #7779 of 11297
I payed $70 for taxes/charges :/ but this is europe of course
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Can anyone tell me if its possible to use a DP to DVI cable for these screens with an HD7970? I got one from monoprice but when I hook it up I just get the flashing green light. I'm so tired of this, the money I saved by buying a "cheap" 7970 I've spent twice over in cables trying to get this to work right.. nearly $150 worth. mad.gif
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