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Triple LCD Monitor Stand up to 21" Monitors

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  • MonMount Triple Monitor Articulating Desk Mount Supports up to 20" Screens
  • Supports up to 20" Screens
  • Articulating Arms
  • Designed by MonMount
  • Comes in Various Colors
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Product Information

Color: Black
Technical Details
Brand NameMonMount
Item Weight16.9 pounds
Product Dimensions27 x 12 x 9.8 inches
Item model numberLCD-1930B
Material TypeMetal
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberLCD-1930B
Additional Information
Shipping Weight20.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 31, 2009
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Product Features

Color: Black

Product Description

Color: Black

The space between the monitors is fully adjustable. LCD monitor arms help utilize work space, improve ergonomics, and share ideas. Securely holds three LCD monitors above the desktop to increase work space, improve visibility, and minimize clutter. 36" double-link swing arms optimize ergonomics and monitor views with separate tilt, rotate, side-to-side, height, and tension adjustments Die-cast pole with heavy-duty clamp mounts to desktop or other surface Easy installation ideal for office, studio, IT network, and security applications - no drilling required Meets VESA standards - supports three monitors, up to 13 pounds each, will hold up to most 21" widescreen monitors, Easy to install and sets up in minutes SPECIFICATIONS Fits 75 x 75 mm / 100 x 100 mm VESA-compliant monitors -- Monitor weight capacity: up to 13 lbs. each; 40 lbs. total -- Installs on horizontal surfaces up to 3.5 in. thick DIMENSIONS height, 18 in.; arm radius, 15.5 in.; Circumference pole 4 1/2", arm width (extended), 36 in.; weight, 18 lbs. PACKAGE CONTENTS LCD Monitor Pole with Double-Link Swing Arms -- Cable management clips and trim caps -- Installation hardware with instructions and hex tool Please make sure you are mounting this arm to a solid desktop surface that will be able to withstand the combined weight of the stand and monitors. Make sure your desktop is not hollow.

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Customer Reviews

Pros: Solid build quality and very easy to assemble.
I. Mirtchev
All in all, I love that it has adjustable height and you can loosen or tighten the bolts on the arms so that they easy to swing out if you need to move the monitor.
Monty Karl
I'm currently using 3 HP w1907 19" widescreen monitors and they fit perfectly.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Mickey Flores on August 11, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Length: 1:40 Mins
I've been looking for quite awhile for a triple monitor arm mount to suspend my monitors and get rid of the individual stands and clutter. Most of all I want to clean my desk with ease. I was surprised about the price when I first saw this product. I'm glad I found this particular piece, after reading all the reviews and doing some research....I'm sold! my order arrived within 2 business days even though I only took the regular shipment (5-7 business days)...I took a video to help you guys see for yourselves...other products like this one cost over 300-500.

This mount is best for (3x)19" monitors or a combination of 22" in the middle and 19" in both sides but this isn't for you if ur looking to mount (3x)22" monitors, you'll end up with flat straight view from end to end (you wont be able to angle the side monitors).

If you have a 19" V7 monitor...you have to make some modification on the back of the monitor. After you remove the stand that came with the monitor you'll notice the two bumps is on the way and it wont lay flat with the plate. All you have to do is grind those plastic bumps off the monitor with a dremel or drill around the bumps till you get to the metal then just sway the two metal plates with pliers that's sticking out till it comes off...its the only way you can use that particular monitor with this mount.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By bizwizkid on September 18, 2009
Color Name: Black
I was really excited to get this setup. I have four monitors (one a notebook) and wanted to get them off my desk so I could have more room. The listing says they're good for 'up to 22" monitors'. That is partially true in my case. That is, my Samsung SyncMaster 2220WM are 22" and yes, the stand holds them but, they do not sit side by side unless you want an entirely flat screen all the way across. You cannot adjust this so that it will let you angle the two ends so they fit flush with the center monitor. Now I have a entirely flat area from end to end (really annoying). This might work great with 19" monitors but, do not buy if you want to use for 22" ones. Great price, great construction, (by the way a major pain in the butt as they left out two screws that hold the unit onto the post so I spent over an hour and a half going back and forth to hardware store (finally got some 5/16 x 1/2" screws to fit)). How hard can it be to include 12 monitor screws (they did), two hex key screws for post (included) and two screws to attach the unit to the post (not included)? Can you say return? What a bummer (and I was so frickin excited)!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bruce S. Bertram on May 20, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Heavy duty economical three-monitor stand. I have two Hanns-G and one Acer 20" widescreen monitors on one of them, and two Acers with a Hanns-G 20" on the other. All hardware was included. The joints on the arms have adjustable torque, so you can make them as loose as you want. It adjusts from 6 1/2" off the desk (to the bottom of the middle monitor) to about 4" higher (plenty for sitting down). I can get fairly nice angles on the two side monitors by placing the bevels behind the side of the center monitor. Edge to edge, the monitors take up about 54" across the desk.

I had to cut a 5" x 7" hole in the back sheet metal of my one desks because the exposed edge wasn't large enough for the clamp. Fortunately it's up against the wall and isn't seen, and it's a fairly cheap desk. The base is about 4" x 4" so you need about that much of a footprint on the desk. On the second (walnut) desk I only had about 1 1/2" to clamp to but the top is about 1 1/4" thick and the mount seems secure. No, I wasn't going to cut a gaping hole in that one even though it too is against a wall. The clamp has some padding so it shouldn't mark up the top of the desk very much.

The screen can adjust up to almost flat (looking at the ceiling) and down to where you can't see it. It rotates all the way around to portrait if you want. If you have someone sitting next to the desk (like a clerk in a law office) you could rotate a screen so they could see. But there's no way to adjust the height (in the Y direction) of each monitor individually. So if you have two different brands of monitors they won't line up as well as you'd like. Also the X direction can only be affected by swinging the arm toward you or away from you. So it's a bit limited, but for the price compared to the $300.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fresh Deejay on July 21, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This item is VERY sturdy and solid. Mounting the monitors was easy, and setting it up on my desk was even easier. Only problem with it is that the center monitor ends up hanging over your desk about 12-inches from the back. That's great if you have a deep desk, but if you have a shallow desk and use the stand for all three monitors, then you might want to think about using a wall mount. BUT: I ended up removing the middle bracket and just used the two sidearms as a dual monitor stand, which allowed me to set the monitors back a little bit so they're not right up in my face when I sit at the desk. I also shortened the sidearms by removing some of the pieces, which also compacted the size and created more space. That's what's so great about this product: You can mix and match the brackets/arms (to a certain degree) to come up with your own multi-display configurations. Also: All three mounts allow you to rotate your screens if necessary. Very awesome product!
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