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Hey, I use this stand for a similar setup.
Some tips from an experienced user:
You'll likely benefit from a monitor stand that allows you to position the monitor so that it's parallel to the floor. This will let you seamlessly transition between sleeping and gaming and your spine will thank you.
Wireless earbuds/headphones are essential. Alternatively, some monitors include 3.5mm jacks you can use for headphones.
If your couch has 3 seat cushions, you should look into replacing the middle one with a high-quality inflatable bedpan. I was lukewarm on this at first, but it's really the next logical step and will help you cut out time you're not lying on your couch looking up at your monitor.
The mount is something like this . My monitor is not VESA compatible so there are also some adapter arms and clips which you see at the top and bottom.
Just bought this desktop monitor mount. It looks to be thin enough to be able to keep my desk pretty close to the wall, with enough maneuverability to give me freedom oh how I place it.
I'm sick of my monitor wobbling when I type, there's a few reasons for it, but this will solve it. I have a solid wood desk, and I plan to put something between the bottom and the desk to ease the tension a little bit.
This is the mount
But normally this stand cant support the weight of the monitor unless you tighten the screws to the maximum, which is what i did. I dont recomend it though because you can broke the stand this way. Lucky for me it didn't.
Im looking for a cheap single monitor arm for the 32" Viewsonic monitor when it will (hopefully) finally arrive. Would this be able to support it? I says its only up to 27 inch monitors but can hold up to 22 pounds, which is confusing because I saw other stands that said they support 32" monitors but only hold around 17 pounds. Would this one be adequate, or are there any other suggestions for different mounts? Thanks!
This is an interesting one. They don’t make cheap monitor stands that can hold 43” monitors because at this size they are considered TVs. I had to reorganize and bought a cheap $25 tv wall mount from Target instead of the heavy duty monitor arms ($200+).
Here’s the small monitor arm in question:
Here's the link for anyone else interested. Wasn't sure if allowed to post and if not then please delete but a couple people have asked so far so here it is. Single monitor stand that I've used for my personal PG279Q and my girlfriends new 34" 21:9. It has worked great so far for both and is pretty affordable imo. Check reviews and photos on Amazon!
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen 13" to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
This is what I used. I think it's the cheapest one on amazon. Works great and looks decent too.
+1 for VESA mounting. I got a $27 VESA mount on amazon and it’s so much better than most monitor stands:
Hi, yeah, I think it’s the same one I have:
Very sturdy. I own two of them to hold two 24” monitors.
What does your desk / work surface look like? If it's out in the open and you can clamp a stand to the desk, you could pick up something like the link below that would give you flexibility:
Single Arm Stand
For most monitors (in my unprofessional opinion), 14 cm is a fine thickness to get anything you want except for the huge monitors with a small curved radius. So if you have flexibility on the stand, that opens you up to almost any monitor you would want.
Where can I find something like this in Egypt: [link]
It's such a simple but very very useful thing, I can't find it online anywhere, is something like that even available in Egypt ? All I find are wall mounts only.
Thank you . Here’s the mount [link]
iPad is just for marking up PDFs, have my school books on it and I take all my notes on it. I remember better by writing. The MacBook is for typing essays and doing tests and other assignments. A laptop is an essential in general while the iPad is just an extra that helps.
For the two monitors. I usually have 3-4 tabs open depending on what I’m working on for class so the screen real estate is perfect for me
I have this [link] holding up two monitors, and the taller one next to it holding a third monitor vertically, all gripped onto a desk with barely any lip. These come with a screw clamp. IIRC, the top of the desk side of the clamp has a wide grip with a rubber or felt gasket, while underneath is a sort of cupped metal washer that's fairly wide. If you got six inches of desk overhang to clamp to, you should be fine.
I will say this though! The second one I got came with no thread on one of the poles you're meant to thread into the base. It was a pain in the ass manufacturing error that they did correct for me. Other than that, these things have remained unmoved for almost 4 years.
Vivo single arm. [link]
Oh no there are wall mounts and then there are ones that attatch to the back of the desk Here is the one I got the only screws required are thumb screws that go into the back of the monitor
Looks like this. My wife uses the same one if it’s the same. Pretty good, there’s just a limited range of motion for the monitor.
It looks like the desk can pull out a little bit right? Use something like this [link]. It doesn't require a lot of space on the back of the desk. If anything you might be able to use the side that has the window to mount it
its the Vivo single arm monitor mount. I have 2 of them evenly spaced out so the are symmetrical with edges of the ultrawide.
For sure, that's the VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand
I was actually planning on getting those fake plants, but they had some real onesat IKEA, so I picked those up instead. Monitor stand is the vivo mount from Amazon
The desk is 24" x 60", mount is the vivo mount from amazon.
Yep, I can confirm that it is the vivo single mount from amazon.
Monitor mount looks like the basic cookie cutter design used by cheaper brands with some velcro wraps, but works well (I have two of them). VIVO makes one (Amazon).
I’m actually loving it so far. Just switched from the Asus PG279Q, and it’s definitely on par in response time and ghosting performance.
This mount from Amazon.
I pre-ordered it and picked it up at my local Microcenter.
ASUS VP249QGR. One of the best budget gaming monitors out there IMO. Especially when it goes on sale (which supposedly is quite often?). I found it browsing /r/buildapcsales and snagged it for $160 on Amazon.
I use this desk mount.
How do you have the monitor mounted like that? The link on Amazon has the vesa mount on the pole itself, but the mounting is offset to the right of the monitor?
Is it actually this ARM? [link]
If you want a cheap one try Vivo, they’re like $27 and will last you awhile. Plus it doesn’t eat up 45% of your desk space haha.
[link] amazon com/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_xyYrEbVMG2D1Y
It supports up to 22 pounds which is more than enough, aw3418dw is roughly around 17 pounds.
Just add two periods and you’ll get the link.
It's this one. But they're the same model different branding.
Seems most monitor arms should do the trick. I got the Vivo Single Monitor Arm for my new monitor that’s coming in tomorrow. The description says it holds up to 22lbs and a lot of people in the comments state it holds up their ultrawides just fine.
Stand. It works great, no issues surprisingly.
Verticals: Acer 23" Main: Toshiba 43" 4K TV
The TV is freestanding, the verticals have their own mounts.
It's really not that expensive of a setup. Well besides the MacBook but my company paid for that haha
Ah yea. It doesnt officially support 34" but my monitor's weight (without the stand) is within the supported weight of this arm so I gave it a shot, since it's much more affordable
2 months on it and zero issues ��
This is what I currently have, but I will be upgrading to a gas spring model. No sag, just feels like there's a ton of pressure on it.
Exactly. If you're considering moving the stools anyway, just put the PC and PS4 down there. Speakers could be mounted on the wall, either side of the monitor, and BAM!, you have all the space you could ask for with that desk. Want even more space? Mount the monitor on the wall as well, or get a swing-arm mount for it and have all the desk for your keyboard and mouse.
Get something like this
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Articulating Desk Mount Stand with C-clamp and Grommet Mounting Options | Fully Adjustable (Tilt, Swivel, Rotation) Arm holds One (1) Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
Thanks for the advice and answers! That’s what I’m thinking as well, better to have a higher quality game with a big ass monitor then wait for a GPU. As for the mount I currently have this mount: [link] but it’s holding two 27” monitors. Do you think it will hold the CHG90 on it’s own?
I'd personally recommend this one if you're okay with a desk clamping monitor arm. I have a friend that purchased it and it works great for him. VIVO Single LCD Monitor Articulating Desk Mount
They make a nice 2 monitor mount as well which is also priced around the same, and has great reviews! Hope this helps :D
Exactly why I bought one on amazon
Sorry should have included that originally. The mounts used for the ultrawide and tv are these: VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
They make a short and tall version but I can't actually find the tall one at the moment on mobile. They're fantastic and are very clean looking.
The monitors are:
Main - LG 34UC88
TV - Samsung 32" (Old Model)
Drawing Monitor - Ugee
I purchased two of these. A fellow UW subscriber suggested them to me. I much, much prefer having two singles over a double or triple. IMO adjusting, moving, and the weight is wayyy easier to manage. Zero complaints so far.
Monitor arm keep in mind this is for 27" monitors, so you may have to take the middle bracket off. clarifications are in the amazon reviews with an ultrawide on it.
Are you looking for only wall mounts? Or table mounts as well? Keep in mind that the AW3418DW without the stand is only 16 lbs.
I just bought this one for mine: [link]
It works quite well once you remove one of the arms and tighten the shit outta it.
I remember my similar upgrade in desk, though I skipped all the way to a standing desk. Anyways, I've been using this stand and the two monitor variant with no problems.
I used this one it says its rated for a 27 inch but it worked perfectly fine with mine with no sagging.. I will warn you the screws are shit, so use your own.
Will this monitor arm work with the Dell S2716DG? I haven't seen enough info to tell if its compatible or not, but I do know some Dell monitors are not VESA compatible. If this one doesn't work, is there an adapter I can get? Or maybe another similar arm? Thanks
Yep no prob. These are both affordable and high quality (unless you want to move the monitors around frequently, these are only good if you want to get em positioned and leave em).
Desk mounted, or with a base?
VIVO makes some very nice stands, I've got a bunch set up in my office.
This is just a basic one, allowing for tilt, swivel, and rotation: [link]
There's fully moveable gas-spring ones that allow you to push/pull/move it however you want tho.
Just because they are VESA standard doesn't mean the stock stand mount to the VESA mounting threads. They probably don't. You can definitely buy a VESA mount off Amazon or something though. I just bought two of these to mount my XG2402 and an old Asus 24"
its the "VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount". [link]
i love it, i would definitely recommend it and its cheap (but doesnt feel cheap) it says up to 27" monitors but nothing stops you from putting an ultrawide on it, it holds up to 22 pounds.
sure is. here you go
Make sure to measure the thickness of your desk. in the largest config it can only clamp on something 5 1/2" thick. i had to get creative and use some pieces of wood to make a flat surface on the back of mine to clamp to.
Would you recommend this? Clamp type monitor arm and this type of desk? I am also similar to the other person on your thread earlier, about the pull out panel as I would just take that out and use the desk itself. Would this desk support a desktop pc and a 27" monitor and the monitor arm do you think?
You should consider getting a monitor mount, something like this. It would make everything even cleaner and give you the ability to adjust the height and position of your monitor. With or without it your setup looks great though.
I have a PG348Q as well...
You won't regret it.
I used an articulating single-arm unit from VIVO.
And because your speaker placement at the moment is complete nonsense.
I'll be a sophomore this year and brought mine last year when I was on campus as a freshman. I didn't use it much because I was either studying or when I had free time I was out or hanging with friends but I'm still happy I brought it. When I wanted to play games or watch tv away from my roommate I could. A recommendation of mine would be to get one of those Vivo monitor stands on amazon and to get a compact keyboard like a poker or something along the lines. Both of these will save you lots of desk space.
(VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link])
I use this one to support my Dell U3415W (34"). It holds it up rather well. You really gotta tighten the up\down tilt screw though to keep it steady. Can rotate it and left\right tilt just fine though.
This is what I have:
It's a less permanent solution to mounting on the wall. And I like that this can be moved anywhere without leaving holes in anything.
Yea, I just got this: [link], for $30, it's amazing. Sturdy, and not too hard to assemble and work with. Before you order one though, I would check to make absolutely sure the spacing is right on those screw holes and that they are fully VESA compatible.
Oh so it clamps onto the desk? I see! That's actually interesting, it saves the wall from screw holes!
Hmm, but the height of the central point can be changed though so that's good. I'm looking at the single arm version here since my brother only has a single monitor right now.
I'll have to consider this, thanks for the help! :D
Idle is 29-34 which I thought was just ok but have been told is actually really good. I haven't got load temps yet, if it holds below 65-70 I'll be super happy. This is the mount I used, had to drill into the desk as I couldn't find any clamp like mount that could fit around that thickness of desk.
This one. Don't be deterred based on the max "size". The rated weight is more than suitable for this monitor and works great. I adjust it multiple times a day with no issue.
Even less at 35.99 it's a great deal. That's the one I have, comes with necessary tools and it's own cable management system. The only thing I would reccomend is replacing the screws that hold the clamp discs in place as they're quite cheap and tops strip easily.
I live in NYC and am planning to only sell locally so far. Don't know if shipping it will be safe for the monitors.
I don't have the original stands so if you buy without arm you need to have your own already.
I have 3x monitors total. If you only buy one, it will be $170. If you buy two or more, it will be $150 each. This is without the vesa arm*
Each vesa arm itself cost $30+ btw. This is the one I have: Link
amazon.com, this isn't the exact one I got but it's pretty close, and although it says up to 27" monitor it holds my 34" ultrawide no problem. [link]
I'm using this.
If you are looking to mount one, know that the panel only weighs about 16lbs IIRC so almost any stand will hold it. The things it does not have like a nicer one are on the fly adjustments. Most of the hinges need to be locked in with a wrench. Good construction and thick sturdy metal where it needs to be.
It depends on how you want to orient the screens (Side by Side, One over the other, one portrait one landscape)
Where are the VESA mount holes on the rear of the monitors? I have the 21:9 29" Crossover monitor and the VESA holes are off centered, making it difficult to find a capable mount. If the VESA holes are centered, than it will be easy. Because of the width of your monitors, a normal Dual Monitor arm system probably won't
Again, depending on the configuration you want, you will probably need two of these type of mounts.
Here is the mount
I modified it to make it taller. I found a steel pole that's inside diameter was the same as the outside diameter of the mount's stem. All you have to do is bring the mount into a hardware store and find the smallest pole that will slide over the original stem.
The speakers are resting on the 4K monitor and velcro'd to the top monitor to stay at the right angle. It's actually very very sturdy.
It's one of those cheap 3 way mounts from Amazon. Got this open box for $26. Theres a video on YouTube on how it looks like. I like this mount but you have to unscrew to adjust up. It also won't tilt back all the way unless you put it on the side like how I've set it up but it's hard to complain for the price! :)
Price went up $8 since I bought it, but this is it.
Hahaha thank you. I’ll link both.
The monitor is mounted by a clamp desk mount. If you look close you can see the top of it behind the MacBook.
The lamp is a wireless charging lamp.
I was honestly shocked with how sturdy it felt for the price, I definitely recommend it.
according to this user manual it has a 75mm vesa mount:
based of that it should be pretty easy to find a stand or mount for it on amazon or any other retailer
Edit: first one that came up: [link]
According to the LG site the monitor is only 12.1lbs with the stand off. [link]
This bad boy hold up to 22lbs. the extra width should be irrelevant :)
If it helps I've had the dual arm one for about a year with 2 27'' monitors and it's very sturdy. The monitors each weigh about the same as the UW you're looking at!
Thanks! The side monitors are using VIVO single monitor stands and the center monitor is on the HUANUO monitor arm.
Man, them giving your office such a high budget for just a pc really let's people buy things mindlessly....a imac pro is such a bad use of money especially if they're just gonna surf the web. they're paying 4-5x than what they need to. Opulence really does lead to waste.
I would buy according to your needs. Get what will serve you well at a good efficient price point. minimize waste, maximize efficieny. is a key life skill also.
$4k for a gaming pc is super high in the current pc market btw, the price to performance ratio for parts nowadays are the best it's ever been. So you don't need to spend nearly that much.
I recommend this prebuilt pc for all around powerful performance and decent value: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/skytech-gaming-shadow-gaming-desktop-amd-ryzen-5-3600-16gb-memory-nvidia-geforce-rtx-2060-super-500gb-ssd-black/6409025.p?skuId=6409025. also recommended by the peeps in r/buildapcsales. If it's out of stock itll come back in stock in a few days, so check daily.
It'll do 60 fps 4k/1440p good for the games you play. definitely 4k for the strategy games like civ.
If you get it also, you'll have to adjust fan curve from bios to make it as close to 0% before 55 c, and after 55c a flat change to 40% for the cpu and case fans. this will make the fan curve the most efficient sound wise. fans off when they're not needed, and at the lowest needed for proper cooling.
for monitor, I recommend a 27" 4k monitor. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-27ul600-w-27-ips-led-4k-uhd-freesync-monitor-with-hdr-silver-white/6329956.p?skuId=6329956
if you want, you can also get a vesa mount to get the monitor center at comfortably at eye level. might as well since it's worth it for the posture. might need a adapter if the mount screws are recessed inside monitor? not sure till you try installing the vesa mount. https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=vesa%2Bmount&qid=1596054681&s=electronics&sr=1-4&th=1
Do you have a mouse and keyboard right now?
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk... [link]
Price of it is a bit ridiculous right now but I got this one, they have a dual monitor one for around the same price as well
just a simple mount from Amazon
I use 2 of these for my monitors. Haven't had any problems and they're fairly cheap!
They are Vivo Montor Mounts i picked up on Amazon
Heres the link:
Heres the link:
Sure. It's a Gladiator workbench from Home depot. The monitor mounts are just some cheap arms from Amazon, and then I added a cable tray under it. The monitors are some ancient Acers that I need to replace.
I got one on amazon for like 25 bucks I like it alot
It's a combination of these two things:
Really solid IMO. I'd recommend it.
Here's a link to the monitor arm. I've had it for two years and it's solid. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B21TLQU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thanks. I’m using the same arm with both monitors. It’s this one.
Hahaha if you want suggestions on how to make room..
Monitor mount? That will give you all that desk space back and might make a difference. I use this.
You also have a few items like the ipad/notebook etc. You could get something like this as a stand for them. Probably a really cheap stand version haha
I use this for my headset under my shelves - can also be attached to the side of your desk.
But yeah if you are feeling cluttered while working, just one change can make a difference - appearance wise though, it looks really good.
They are standard vesa monitor mounts with a small platform glued to the vesa mounts.
Prob not the best acoustically, but they look great.
It's a lamp. Here's the mount:
Make sure you get some zip ties.
This one from VIVO:
Its not just good for the price, its good period. Unless you're constantly changing vertical positioning on your monitor, or have something really heavy, I dont think you need anything else.
the monitor mounts i use is this thing: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B21TLQU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1
i should have gone with a double but because i added them one at a time it was just cheaper at the time to go with 2 singles.
As for the vertical monitor I have no regrets, its amazing!!
Just the one for now - basic unit from Vivo https://www.amazon.ca/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=vivo+monitor+arm&qid=1601828333&s=electronics&sr=1-3
it’s one of these
I'm currently using https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&aaxitk=VOMMqekYn5dgKvgZgFtJRg&hsa_cr_id=5025838320301&ref_=sbx_be_s_sparkle_mcd_asin_1
It holds my 38GN95 and I have another arm (the extra tall version) holding my X34 above the LG.
Both of the arms have worked great and were pretty cost effective imo.
[link] it’s this but it’s pretty much identical to the ones previously linked.
The one on the left uses an iiglo MM100. The design is pretty generic, so my guess is that any single monitor arm looking something like this would do the trick.
I use the Vivo Single Arm Mount. My PC sits under my desk and the keyboard, Logitech K360, sits in the keyboard tray. My keyboard and mouse connect to my PC via unifying receiver. I can also switch my mouse between PC and iPad via Bluetooth.
You could get a PC monitor arm and attach the boom arm to it. My PC monitor arm can attach to about 12 cm.
Take off the monitor arms off and attach a triad-orbit clamp to the pole and then whatever mic boom you want. That would be rock solid.
Or you can get a boom arm that screws to the wall.
Cheap would be to get a boom arm that screws to the desk and screw it to a piece of lumber and place that on the desk. Add weight discs if you need to cantilever a heavy mic.
It is a desk mount monitor arm. Cheap, but does the job. [link]
Vivo monitor mount
I think I have the same monitor/mount setup, so I’ll do my part here.
Monitor is ASUS VG249Q/VG249QR - [link] - the QR model comes in and out of stock on AMZ for $170. Not too sure the exact differences.
Monitor stand is VIVO Monitor Mount - VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen 13" to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
It's VIVO Single Arm
Monitor: Acer Nitro XV240Y Pbmiiprx 23.8" IPS
Mount: VIVO Single Arm
Light: TaoTronics LED Desk Lamp
Speakers: Bose Companion 2 Series III
Headphone: Steelseries Arctic 5 (2016)
Mic + Arm Set: Farsaw / I got these for free. It's alright, not the best Mic out there
Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini / Cherry MX Silent Red + HyperX Pudding Keycaps
Mouse: Logitech G305
Mousepad: Ktrio Extended Mousepad
Tabletop: Ikea Gerton 60 inch
Tableleg: 2x Ikea Finnvard Trestle
The monitor arm comes with a cable routing thing. And because the monitor is so large, I can hide a buncha cables behind it.
Monitor arm - https://smile.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=single+monitor+arm&qid=1597956139&s=office-products&sr=1-4
Pic - https://imgur.com/a/TojFfpp
Thanks man, the arm is pretty basic. The Acer monitor is an old X223W, it's been rocking for like 10 years. I think the LG is this one but not sure, they change the model number by region
No, this is the one I used
This one. I have the dual version and it’s solid.
The side monitors are using VIVO single monitor stands and the center monitor is on the HUANUO monitor arm.
The table top is the Ikea Gerton and is 61x29.5"
Good luck with your build!
Trust me this will be the best $30 you ever spend on your setup
Laptop stand so you can use both screens and something like this to get desk space. [link]
I use 2 of these. They've worked well, are very popular, and reasonably priced. They also sell a 2 arm version if that fits your space better.
nice setup! is this the mount you’re using?
No worries! You can get a mount that connects to the desk, so no drilling would be necessary. If your desk has a lip, then something like this could work.
Here's the mount. It holds up very well and does a great job!
I would get one of these monitor arm, and cable tie the usual web cam on the monitor holder.
It’s just a basic vivo arm.
I linked the monitor stand system from amazon below. I do not have speakers. I’m currently using the laptop speakers which are decent but I do want to get a nice set in the future.
Monitor pole/arm: VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen 13" to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
Additional monitor arm: WALI Single Fully Adjustable Arm for WALI Monitor Mounting System (001ARM), Black [link]
This will be compatible with your monitor. If you need something different or cheaper, search for a 75x75 mm VESA mount on Amazon, etc.
I have probably the most common one from amazon (VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk... [link]) with a 27” monitor and it works great
ah makes sense. another option for that would be just to mount the stand to the side of your desk. Here's one I found on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=desk+mount+for+monitor&qid=1597180699&s=electronics&sr=1-3
It's this one from Amazon: [link]
Vivo Mount on Amazon. Says max 27” but holds the 34” just fine once you tighten the nuts down.
I'm using this monitor mount from Amazon. I believe you can mount multiple monitors, but they do make a separate one with multiple arms.
Thanks! 🙌 It's a popular vivo arm on Amazon.
Vivo Arm from Amazon
Vivo single arm from amazon
Monitor stand I got off Amazon
And the speakers have been discontinued for a few years, they're the Polk Hampdens
Vivo on amazon here
Vivo Single Monitor Stand (Amazon)
desk - IKEA top https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/gerton-tabletop-beech-50106773
Legs - Just a generic motorized adjustable legs from amazon. Can't find the link in my orders.
Arm - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B21TLQU?pf_rd_r=9G8T4W66F1N8030JNKWS&pf_rd_p=ab873d20-a0ca-439b-ac45-cd78f07a84d8
This is just a basic monitor arm from Amazon:) [link]
It’s pretty versatile, has all the adjustability you could need, but height adjustment is a bit of a pain.
Taking a guess here on the arm, but it looks like this one
The desk looks like it is the Karlby from IKEA
Consider getting a VESA mount like this: [link]
Hmm, well here's the one I use, just in case you didn't see this one. Works great! But agreed, I wouldn't want to drill into mine either.
The monitor is amazing and here's how it's mounted VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen 13" to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
It from VIVO, got it off Amazon
It's a great stand
edit: it might be a bigger one for ultra wide monitors
Not OP, but 99% sure it's this one. I bought this a month ago and I LOVE IT.
You could give this stand a try. It also has a grommet mounting option. [link]
Hopefully others think this looks clean.
- Ikea desk
- Xbox One elite controller
- Macbook pro mid 2014
- iPad 9.7 6th gen
- Yeti 20oz rambler in Olive Green
- Apple Magic Keyboard
- Apple pencil
- Apple Watch
- Vivo monitor arm https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B21TLQU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
- Sceptre 27" Curved 75Hz LED Monitor https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071JJ8V4S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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- CORSAIR Harpoon RGB Wireless https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KQWR72Z/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
- Dell monitor (found in the garbage haha) plans to upgrade with a dual monitor arm
Holy fuck dude, I have the same monitor, Here change your life...
monitor monitor stand
Here's a link. Price went up a bit since I got mine, but it is very solid.
This is what I have: [link]
Thank you so much! It’s is this link right here:
(left) Verticle Monitor: https://www.lg.com/ca_en/desktop-monitors/lg-E2442V
and vesa arm: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00B21TLQU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
(top) Switch Monitor: https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27EA33V-led-monitor
(main) Ultra Wide Monitor: https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-34UM61-P-ultrawide-monitor
Table (lol): https://www.costco.ca/Centre-fold-182.9-cm-(6-ft.)-Resin-Table.product.10344500.html
Maybe a modified one of these? https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU
You could weld an L piece of metal to the bottom and extend it out so it goes past the metal frame.
[link] And 74 Inch, Didnt have enough room for 98
I use this one it puts the mount out of the way
I have this one or something very similar.
Pictures of my setup if you want some context:
I have three of these and they work great. All metal, too.
Single monitor version:
After several weeks, I finished my first MacBook setup :)
I've been working on the cable management for the past week, and I finally got it so that I can't see any cords on the desk. I was trying to make it appear as if the monitor is floating above the desk. Here are the details of my setup: https://imgur.com/a/SANzu7J
Desk: A shorter version of Farmhouse X Office Desk
Monitor: Dell UltraSharp 27" U2719DC
Monitor Stand: VIVO
Laptop: 2017 MacBook Pro 13"
Laptop Stand: BookArc for MacBook
Chair: Broyhill Home Office Chair
Controller: White Xbox Elite with Xbox Pro Charging Stand
Candle: Idk, my wife put it there when I wasn't looking lol
it’s actually two of these
I put both arms onto one stand. May not be the most cost effective, but it works and it’s sturdy as hell.
Bought these two
I have no problems with the mount. VIVO, not monoprice.
Thank you. Its a VIVO stand.
I use the VEVO single arm monitor mount. It gives a really clean look. I’ve used it for awhile with zero issues.
The arm is this one: [link]
The vesa mount for the monitor to connect to the stand I mentioned in another comment.
Here's the vesa mount VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
I just mounted my Z35P on the Vivo single stand from amazon. it works well on my desk. I did remove one link in order to keep it closer to the wall, although you can likely remove both if you want it directly on the pole.
https://imgur.com/oKy5gF2 both of my monitors are mouted with this stand
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount... [link]
Monitor arm cheap and gives you TONS of room under the monitor that the stand now takes.
I have the dual arm version and it's awesome too. in use. and Cat tax
Edit: link to mount: VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable/Tilt/Articulating for 1 Screen up to 27" (STAND-V001) [link]
Vivo Arm V001 for the Ultrawide
For the 24 inch I use a gas spring from Vivo too
A couple of this Vivo clamp mount ($35 Canadian) plus a custom mount I made for the fourth screen up top
It's a Vivo Single Arm Monitor Stand.
Something like this one. It's adjustable but doesn't have the expensive pneumatic system, and it's gotten good reviews.
Thanks! It’s this one.
Nope, it is the Vivo V001
Got ya. This one seems to be recommended alot here in that type of style.
This is what I use on my 34" works great. And not a bad price at $25.
i actually am using 2 monitor stands
and from there you can play around with how you want them placed
Here's a cheap one.
Monitor mount from Amazon
A vivo desk mount, ill link the amazon item below. It fits larger than 27, that monitor i have it on is a 29.
Non adjustable, doesn't fit together well. No instructions, and you definitely need instructions. I got these from amazon and they are miles better.
The mount is up to you though. If you want a wall mount I cant help you, but if you want a desk mount I'd highly recommend the VIVO.
Monitor is the Acer Predator X34 - [link]
Stand is VIVO single monitor - [link]
Holds 22lbs in weight which minus the stand from the predator it works perfectly. The stand was huge so this was the first purchase I made
Look's like OP might be using the STAND-V001.
FWIW, I've had no issues using the STAND-V006 and the STAND-V600F. Both have been really good monitor mounts in my experience.
Here ya go!
Love it. Has some cable management stuff included and is sturdy enough for the 27" monitor.
If you can drill a hole not sure what the standard size is but a lot of office desks have those holes often covered with one of these. (might be 60mm from what the url says)
A lot of the arms like this one and the one that I ordered come with an adapter for the hole so you'd just need to drill the one large hole in the desk and clamp mount it in the hole.
I'm using this monitor arm. However to make it taller I put a metal pipe over the stem of the mount. The inside diameter of the metal pipe is the same as the outside diameter of the mount stem. The mount now looks like this.
It's over the other monitor so that I can get as much screen real estate as possible with as little head movement as possible.
Not sure if it will be on sale but I just picked up this mount. [link]
This is the one I got. It's not rated for 34" but it works fine, no sagging etc once the bolts are tightened. Just be sure your desk isn't too thick like mine was otherwise you may have to drill it.
I use three of these from Vivo for my 2 x 24" + 1 x 27" setup. They work well and are affordable.
With this, it's built like a tank and the screen is actually very light.
I've been using this one for my 34 incher: www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU
Manufacturer rating says up to 27" but meh - it works fine for ultrawide as long as the weight is similar.
Ay, the LG 34UM95C just landed on my desk. Anything I should look out for like those backlighting issues?
I got this monitor arm - it is cheap and good: www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monitor-Adjustable-Articulating-STAND-V001/dp/B00B21TLQU
For a desk arm, I have one of these. And it works really well.
If I were you I would get two of something like this: [link]
And then you can compensate for the height differences by changing the height of each arm.
VIVO Single Monitor Stands
Maybe something like a monitor mount though I don't think any of them come up to your 3ft limit without some DIY work.
Or like claytakephotos said, a tripod with a tilting centerpost. I just got the Vanguard Alta Pro 263AT over the Manfrotto 055 and am happier with it. Cheaper, still heavy, good fit, good quality, and the centerpost allows any angle rather than manfrottos 0* or 90* only.
I bought one of these and it works really well, helps to free up desk space too.
All this "cheap ones will sag" is bullshit. Don't waste your money.
I have 2 of these: [link]
...in my 3 monitor setup and they're rock solid, no sagging. Fuck spending $100+ on a single arm mount.
sorry for late reply, this is the one I bought from amazon.
Reviews on Newegg and Amazon.
I bought this for $35 from Amazon for the same purpose as you and it works quite well. [link] has two pictures where you can kind of see it.
I got two of these [link] The brand is VIVO. Assembly was pretty simple and they're rock solid, so far. Had one for a few months, and the second one for a couple of days, now.
I have a 34” wide screen mounted to my standing desk, and I use a dual monitor gas shock articulating arm system (the other monitor is a vertical 27”)
The main issue I see with it is that the monitor is so wide that it’s hard to keep it perfectly straight, it has a weird “center of balance” which makes it rotate on the mount very easily, I can only imagine this would be even more pronounced for you.
Id probably recommend a single monitor mount for you.
This is the standard one;
This is the articulating one, which may give you rotation issues (although maybe it’s just me).
VIVO Height Adjustable Single Monitor Arm, Fully Articulating Counterbalance Pneumatic Desk Mount | Universal VESA Stand for Screens up to 27 inches (STAND-V001O) [link]
I just bought three of these. I bought a three are mount, but it leaned way too much, so I decided to go for individual mounts for each monitor.
I have 2 of these and they work great! [link]
What part of the arm failed? Something like this...
would be about impossible to fail unless a bolt broke or it was installed improperly. Either way though, I'd be salty about a loss of a monitor like that too.