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Hello keitht, :welcome

I would suggest the following:
http://www.wsgf.org/products/wsgf-mini-mega-desk-stand-v2

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keitht wrote:need triple monitor stand for 3 30inch dell monitors, most stands only go to 27inch :triplewide:
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Thanks for the help b0n3z. Going to merge this into the Mini Mega thread.
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The Mini Mega will handle 5x1-P with 27" panels. It comes with five pivots. You can see it here:

http://www.wsgf.org/products/wsgf-mini- ... k-stand-v2
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Hi,

I'm wondering what is the distance between the two stands (Pic below)

It's basically the red line between the two stands. Also the overall base footprint from the left edge to the right edge base how long is it? (blue line)

Also what is the Min/max height that the monitor's can be on the stand.

For the moment I plan to run 3X 27's and maybe put an ultra wide in the center in the future.
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Let me measure tonight and I'll post back.


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Out of sheer curiosity, with the lower portion having 3x27" displays, is one able to have dual 34" displays on the top as well for this stand?
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WhiteWulfe wrote:Out of sheer curiosity, with the lower portion having 3x27" displays, is one able to have dual 34" displays on the top as well for this stand?


Yes. There should be enough clearance between the poles for that. A 34" ultra wide height is the same as a 27" widescreen.
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skipclarke wrote:Yes. There should be enough clearance between the poles for that. A 34" ultra wide height is the same as a 27" widescreen.


Definitely glad to hear, especially since you made hubby really really happy (something about programmers and multi-tasking), not to mention it means I can much more easily have a nice audio/video editing setup alongside a proper gsync surround setup and be able to swap between the two without too much difficulty.

Thanks for the quick reply!
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WhiteWulfe wrote:
skipclarke wrote:Yes. There should be enough clearance between the poles for that. A 34" ultra wide height is the same as a 27" widescreen.


Definitely glad to hear, especially since you made hubby really really happy (something about programmers and multi-tasking), not to mention it means I can much more easily have a nice audio/video editing setup alongside a proper gsync surround setup and be able to swap between the two without too much difficulty.

Thanks for the quick reply!


In looking at the rest of that LTT video, it looks like the 34" panels end up mounting on the outside edge of segments 2 and 4. That would be outside the poles, and you'd need to step up to the full Mega with the second bar. You can fold back the outer wings, or take them off, if they stick out past the edges (and that bothers you). I used the edges of my bar to hang headphones on.

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skipclarke wrote:In looking at the rest of that LTT video, it looks like the 34" panels end up mounting on the outside edge of segments 2 and 4. That would be outside the poles, and you'd need to step up to the full Mega with the second bar. You can fold back the outer wings, or take them off, if they stick out past the edges (and that bothers you). I used the edges of my bar to hang headphones on.

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Many thanks for the heads up. Looks like I'll be saving up for a few months, but it will be nice to have not only a proper monitor stand, but the ability to do the full fledged expansion I've wanted to do for ages ^_^
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