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PostPosted: 22 Jul 2017, 08:43 
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Alright, so I need help.

I'm thinking of doing a triple monitor set up and falling to the dark side and adding an ultra wide screen as one of my three.
But I want it on a mount instead of three stands holding up each of the three, so that means I need a mount to hold up three heavy monitors and here comes the issue.
I want to have 2 27" monitors on the left and right and a 25" 21:9 ultra wide in the middle.

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So, in conclusion, I need answers to these
    1. Is this a good idea
    2. Is it possible
    3. If #2 is a "yes" then what mount or is there a mount to fulfill my master plan?

Thank you for your help!!!
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PostPosted: 22 Jul 2017, 19:23 
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The 25" ultra wide is going to be significantly smaller than the 27" panels on the outside. A 27" 16:9 matches the vertical height of a 34" ultra wide. You could match closer with a 29" ultra wide and 22" widescreen panels on the outside.

The WSGF Ultimate stand will support the configuration you listed, as well as the second one I listed. A 34" flanked by 27" panels needs a WSGF Mini Mega stand.


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PostPosted: 22 Jul 2017, 19:34 
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Awesome, thank you for your idea and help!


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