expired Quad LCD Mount Bracket for 13" - 24" Tilt & Swivel. $29.95 + Delivery

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Quad LCD Mount Bracket for 13" - 24" Tilt & Swivel. $29.95 + DeliveryAffiliate

Quad monitor desk mount $29.95 + Deliver. Delivery to Sydney was $10.95.

This is the cheapest quad monitor mount frame I have seen. Good for people who have multiple monitors. It enables you to tilt, rotate your monitor. I bought it so that I can use my monitors vertically.

The Adjustable Tilt Swivel Desk TV/LCD mounting system that ideal for holding up to four 13" to 24" monitors. The double mounting system allows the 4 screens tilt 20 degrees up/down with a full 360 degree left/right swivel and a pipe height of 70cm to provide optimised viewing pleasure. Made from durable SPCC metal complete with a black or silver powder finish, the bracket is able to withhold a max load capacity of 45kg.

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  • -1 vote

    Just imaging you have 4 Dell ultra sharp 32" screen in front of you…..drooling….

    • +2 votes

      blurb says it can mount 4x 24" screens…
      but still 4x Dell 24" Ultrasharps is drool-worthy

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        I only have 2 x 24". Now I have to get another 2 monitors, and a video card :)

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      watching porn in all of them,, That would get some of us drooling …

  • +3 votes

    mmmmm, imagine this $30 bracket falling over with all said monitors on it…

    EDIT: also the picture shows three different sizes of holes but nowhere in the description does it mention a VESA standard. There's also a SPECIFIC note saying you should measure and make sure it fits before buying. Buyer beware

    • +11 votes

      Wear a helmet.

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        will the one i wear to bed save me from the stand falling?

    • +1 vote

      I took my chances regarding VESA standards. Why would anyone intentionally make a mount that doesn't fit standard monitors?

      • +2 votes

        i would agree, but worth pointing out no? intentional or not some products can be pretty retarded sometimes. I've seen a tap measure with integrated level sensor but you can never set the tape measure flat on anything because of the tab at the end of the tape :P

        • +1 vote

          pull the tape out enough for it to flex, and it will work fine…

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      it is probably also worth noting that i don't see anywhere in the pictures or description a way in which to check your monitor will fit the holes. There's a diagram showing dimensions and points of rotation but that's about it, happy to be corrected if wrong

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    $20 to Perth, sounds heavy!!!

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    I have a matrox triplehead2go DVI edition for sale which would go with this nicely.

    brand new as I bought the wrong one and they wouldnt take it back.

    message me if your interested.

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      The 2x1920x1200 mode on that model is nice. My old TH2go analogue models only manage 2x1680x1050, which is getting rarer and rarer. (That said, when I actually tried this on the office PC I sort of claimed when we moved it freaked out at any video mode wider than 3000-odd pixels.)

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    Would the Acer G245HBmid fit on this mount?

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    you might want to confirm if its VESA 75 or VESA 100

    with large LCDs getting into the 8-10kg class i wouldn't trust 4 LCDs on the puny little base…

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      some samsungs are 100x200 also which is PITA

      also is it just me or I cant see where it says rotate? swivel up down 20 degree. Left/right 360. Rotate?

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        Left to right 360. I assumed that it rotates vertically 360 degrees.

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          left/right means the monitor can spin on that pipe 360 degrees.

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          It does rotate vertically when the clamp lets go…

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      10kg 24" lcd monitor?

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        My monitor is ASUS VE248H and the specs say 4.4KG.

  • +1 vote

    I've got 3 x 24" Samsungs on a stand and it weighs a ton. You definately want to make sure this can support the weight of your monitors (it should be specced somewhere).

    • +1 vote

      I didn't realise they weighed so much. The description states that it has max load capacity of 45KG.

  • +1 vote

    Why can't they have 3+1 instead of this odd 2x2?

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      2 x 2 is not odd. 2 x 2 using ATI eyefinity can join 4 monitors to create 16:9 aspect ratio screen.

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        but, why you wanna 16x9 with eyefinity? why not just buy a bigger monitor? eyefinity is for great landscape.

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          Well I'm not going to setup eyefinity. I don't have 4 monitors, but I'm just saying 2 x 2 is not a weird config.

        • +1 vote

          I agree, eyefinity for crazy landscape. you want to see the crazy wide angles you dont normally see. eg seeing out car side windows in a race sim.
          2x2 is crazy weird, maybe thats why it is crazy cheap?

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        AFAIK, 2x2 is common configuration for day-trader: 1 for the trading instrument and its trading pad, 1 for ongoing news, 2 for all the indicator and reference. At least that what I used to use.
        Got the quad display on your room scare the hell of all the guest, especially the real estate agent, and make the landlord want to increase the rent :-)

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    I've got 3 monitors at the moment. Judging by the design it looks like I may be able to have two monitors at the bottom and one monitor at the top in the centre but in front of the vertical pipe. Do people agree? This is so tempting!

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      Yeah I was also hoping to do that. I have 2 x 24" that am using, and I have a 19" in storage that I was going to take out and mount it on the top and centre it.

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    thanks op got 2, to use side by side

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      How many monitors do you have?????

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    With 41.9cm between each arm (so that's monitor center to monitor center) I don't think 2 x 24" widescreen monitors would fit on this.

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      Well let's hope you're wrong because I just got one and I've got 3 widescreen 24's! :(

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      Maybe it is per arm. 24" monitors are about 60cm wide so you would need at minimum 30cm per arm plus a few more cm for you to be able adjust viewing angles.

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      I was about to buy one until I saw this measurement. For my 2 24" monitors I need over 50cm between them.

      edit: by the looks of it, assuming the 700mm pole height is correct then it appears the 41.9cm would the measurement per arm.

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        It looks that way. I will find out soon.

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    This would go well with a VESA mount case/bracket for the iPad and an app like DisplayLink or Air Display.

    http://the-gadgeteer.com/2010/07/31/wallport-adds-vesa-mount...

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    I'm looking for those for long time! It costs too much even in HK. Thanks!

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    Good luck with their customer service.

  • +1 vote

    I saw one of these in a computer shop last week. It looked really flimsy, especially the bracket. I remember thinking that there is no way I would hang one monitor on it let alone 4

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    Now we only need a cheaper 2 arm one so i can have all 4 in a row, not ontop of each other :(

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      Buy two of these and remove the top arm. Maybe cut the pipe.

  • +1 vote

    No way i would put 4x24" screens on this! That clamp looks flimsy as. Hmm still tempted but might need to get the welder out and fix it up a bit :D

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    Relying on that one thumb screw mounting bracket with that sort of weight is something I would be very wary of. I have 2 old school dell 24's mounted on my desk with 2 separate brackets , one being a thumb screw type with a long reach my desk has a 50mm particle board laminate thickness, yes it's sturdy and reliable but adding 4 monitors to this sort of action is crazy!! The cantilever force on this bracket would be a recipe for disaster!!!

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      you might be surprised… the generic one I bought from Jaycar uses 5mm-thick steel for its bracket. Plenty of thread for the steel bolt to hold on to, failing which you could just add a nut at the bottom.

  • +1 vote

    Will this work with 4 x 24" CRT monitors? :p Just kidding.

    Good find, I had 4 17" LCD monitors sitting around waiting for this deal. Thanks :)

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      ewww thick bezels! I wonder, any way you could de-bezel them?

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    i've got the perfect set up.

    1 screen for security camera. 1 for tv, and 2 for computer.

    what you guys think?

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      Looking up to watch TV can be tiring for your neck.

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    I hope there is going to be some nice monitor deals soon.

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    Don't know if you guys realise how heavy 4x24" monitors are - look at that flimsy screw connector!

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      17.6KG.

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        Most 24" I know of are 6kg each at least.

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          My monitor specs says it is 4.4KG.

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      To mount 4x 24" in a normal orientation, the arms all have to be flat, which would put the majority of the load straight down through the mounting pole onto the table. That is conveniently the best position which minimizes strain on the bracket and clamping bolt.

      Mounting 2x 24" on one side and 2x 17" on the other side would create an unbalanced load which would be a different story.

      edit: i just noticed the height-adjustment screw. That does look a bit weak since there are no grooves. No problem for those who bought the bosch drill from the other deal though. :)

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        We've mounted 4x24" at work before, and we had something a lot more sturdy than this.. and it still crept forward at an angle. If you are planning on modifying the bottom so it's more stable, no problem! Also consider lowering the height of the monitors, all this first year engineering stuff is coming back to me - make the distance shorter to make the moment smaller blahblahblah.

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    Thanks OP
    So, I have 2 x Asus 23.6 Monitors (VH242H)
    I was wondering if there is a way to somehow remove the top two attachments so I can use it for just two monitors?
    I would buy one that is just for 2 monitors but I really don't want to pay nearly $200 to Centrecom.

    • +3 votes

      Hacksaw + file = gone. Should take less then 5 minutes, unless your a woman.

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        You could then use that part to DIY another stand with a weighted foot stand.

  • +2 votes

    I'm guessing you could just saw it off and take off the cap from the sawed off piece and stick it into the, now shorter pole.

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      Yeah I suppose so, I have access to an angle grinder! Ordering one now!

      Thanks a stack.

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        Instead of cutting it off, why don't you … just buy another monitor instead? :)

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          Because I don't see the need in that, and I'm saving mah monneh

      • +2 votes

        Or you could just leave it and hang your pictures off it.

  • +1 vote

    Also everyone, I just went onto the Google Cached version of this webpage and discovered that the product is normally $51.95!
    http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:hQIAyJG...

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    Good deal… I thought about purchasing, but I only need 2, and my monitors are 56cm wide, so it looks like they're too big for the arms…?

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      Yeah mine are 56cm wide. It says it is for 24". I think it is 41.9 per arm. If you look at the picture the arms look wider than the pipe.

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    nearly bought it, but 41.9cm between the arms aint gonna cut it imo

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    Seems to be out of stock now…

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      Ozbargained out.

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    Received stands, which are heavy duty and would easily hold 4 24" without a problem!, glad I purchased

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      +1

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    Oh you got it rokkz..
    Mine one still said:
    24/04/12 19:30 Article Lodged MPF BULK LETTERS (PROFIT CTR)
    Any idea what it means.
    It has no movement since 24/4/12…..

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      Mine is the exactly the same as this. I'm pretty sure article lodged just means they've scanned at the start point but hasn't been scanned since then. I have faith in auspost though, i'm fairly sure it's making its way through the system. I was hoping to receive it today but I guess it will come on Monday! Hopefully!
      (Delivery to Newcastle, NSW btw)

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    yeah my work is near the postal centre, maybe why I got mine earlier

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      Can you comment on the width between the brackets? Is it really 41.9cm? or is it per arm?

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        I got mine today. It looks very sturdy. The width between the arm is not 41.9cm. It is very wide. It looks like it can even handle 27" monitors, if you are only going to use 2 monitors, because of the height. Maybe 2 x 27" monitors and 2 19" monitors on top. I think it is well worth it even without the sale price.

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    Just a heads up guys, these are back to "Almost sold out" at the same price.
    I just bought one given the last few posts of people who have actually received them and confirmed decent quality.

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      Nope; looks like they stuffed up, sent one to me for $29.95, and fixed the price back to $51.95. Sorry :D

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    There is no tilt as advertised.. not that I'm complaining..

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      Are you sure? According to the illustration, the "star" plate that attaches to the back of each monitor should have a screw in the middle attaching to the arms, running through a slot that allows +/- 20 degrees of up/down tilt per monitor. The whole thing isn't supposed to tilt (if it does it would fall over).

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