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Started:December 28th, 2009 (09:39 AM) by c12345 Views / Replies:1,439 / 1
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Monitor Stands or Wall Mount?

Old December 28th, 2009, 09:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Monitor Stands or Wall Mount?

I have been researching different stands to mount 8 19" monitors. I found several already that users have posted in this forum, and others that are available...

Two issues seems to be the common theme...
Cost - Most are expensive...
Lack of movement - Most allow some movement of the monitor to position it, but lack total control of the movement of the display. I have read various reviews of the stands out there, and it seems that users like them, but aren't 100% positive about them.

A few traders I know discourage the use of stands, and suggest mounting them to the wall, with a wall mount stand, as most of these have the full range of motion to tilt, pivot, etc, etc.

With that said, anyone have any good success with wall mount stands, and if so, which ones did you find that were worth-while?

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Old December 28th, 2009, 01:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here are several stand companies online, each with pros/cons, one I am leaning towards is:
tyke supply, they have affordable stands, and seem to adjust anyway you want them to.....

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