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As you guys know I have a triple monitor stand. It has served its purpose and I am looking at a better one. I am looking for one that can hold three 24inch monitors .
Any suggestions.
I was looking at this one
Amazon.com: Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03): Office Products
I had that exact stand a year ago for 3 24" ASUS monitors.
At the time it was the only one I could find.

My only complaint was that the metal used didn't seem to be very strong. If you wanted to you could break the arms off. I was worried when I attached my monitors that it would break it.
But, all turned out well. My 24" monitors fit just fine and the angle adjustments worked well.
The monitors could be individually removed from the stand and overall it took up quite a bit of space.

It was pretty expensive overall and in the end I didn't really find it all that much better than if I had bought 3 separate cheaper stands. Like this one: http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

I have used 24" monitors on this one but they barely fit, some monitors probably wont work tho.

I really haven't found a better one than that but the price... a little too much for what you get.

I'll follow this thread and see if I can come up with a better one for you.
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Wish I could find a triple mount for my Samsung BX2450
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I had that exact stand a year ago for 3 24" ASUS monitors.
At the time it was the only one I could find.

My only complaint was that the metal used didn't seem to be very strong. If you wanted to you could break the arms off. I was worried when I attached my monitors that it would break it.
But, all turned out well. My 24" monitors fit just fine and the angle adjustments worked well.
The monitors could be individually removed from the stand and overall it took up quite a bit of space.

It was pretty expensive overall and in the end I didn't really find it all that much better than if I had bought 3 separate cheaper stands. Like this one: http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

I have used 24" monitors on this one but they barely fit, some monitors probably wont work tho.

I really haven't found a better one than that but the price... a little too much for what you get.

I'll follow this thread and see if I can come up with a better one for you.
Thank you for your input
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I'm looking to buy the exact same stand for my monitors as well. Sadly, there doesn't seem to be many choices for 24" or larger monitors. The only other one that I found that might be good is made by a company called Chief. However, the places that sell it don't seem all that reputable and cost a bit more than the Ergotech above.

@ Machiyariko

Did you use your monitors in Landscape or Portrait? You mentioned that your 24" monitors barely fit, so I assume that means it was in Landscape. Seeing as how I use mine in Portrait anyway, I'm wondering if it will be a better fit for my usage.
     
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post #16 of 21
I was actually going to get the Hex 3 over 3 stand for my build, 3 Samsung 22's and 3 Asus 27's. Instead I went with the one by the same manufacture as you currently have. I wish now, that I would have spent the extra money and gotten the 3 over 3.

Get the one you are looking at. I don't think you will be disappointed. I've read a lot of reviews on the brand and everything is top notch. I also spoke with one of their reps on the phone. They have great support.

I would not hesitate to spend the extra money to get a good solid mount. In my opinion, the more the expensive the mount, they better everything turns out, typically.

Here is what my setup currently looks like.

post #17 of 21
I got the pricing on the triple monitor arm. $296.60 (CDN) plus shipping



post #18 of 21
Newbie, would you have to buy the swing arm attachments separately? Looks like just the pole/bar comes at stock from their website. Which means just a straight line of monitors with no angle adjustment.

Was looking at the same Ergo-Tech stand, although on their own website it's $251.00? Not sure what shipping would bring it too, but with the wide-angle attachments it comes to that amazon price.
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Newbie, would you have to buy the swing arm attachments separately? Looks like just the pole/bar comes at stock from their website. Which means just a straight line of monitors with no angle adjustment.
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In order to get 2 swing arms you need to go with the quad screen mount.

The cost for this is $426.66 plus shipping.
These arms are not cheap but are build like a tank. You won't have to worry about the arms breaking.



post #20 of 21
1. Go to junk yard.
2. Pick out fine pieces of steel
3a. Go to your local welder and tell him/her your troubles.
4.?????
5. Profit
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