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Monmount LCD4802Q-Stand Quad LCD Monitor Desk Stand 3+1

MPN: LCD4802QSTAND | SKU: UL6487
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  • Supports up to 24" LCD Monitors
  • VESA Compatible Mounting Patterns (75 x 75, 100 x 100)
  • Features Cable Management & Cable hooks
  • Made of High Quality Steel & Aluminum
  • Tilt +/-15 Degrees; Swivel & Rotate 360 Degrees
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  • Supports up to 24" LCD Monitors
  • VESA Compatible Mounting Patterns (75 x 75, 100 x 100)
  • Features Cable Management & Cable hooks
  • Made of High Quality Steel & Aluminum
  • Tilt +/-15 Degrees; Swivel & Rotate 360 Degrees
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Description

MonMount Quad LCD Monitor Freestanding Desk Stand 3+1 Orientation (Supports 24" Screens).The MonMount LCD4802Q-Stand Quad-Monitor stand features quality and ergonomics at its finest. The monitor stand supports up to 24" screens (22 pounds each). Reaching as high as 28.5", this mount allows for adjustment for taller users as well. With adjustable arms, release arms by un-tightening the screws at the joints with the included tools angle your screens to where you want them to be and then re-tighten the joints to keep the screens stationary the way you like it. Choosing a screen: You can use this mount with VESA 75 and 100 mountable screens from any manufacturer. The distance from the center of the pole to the center of the mounting bracket on each side is 24" which means the horizontal width of the monitors can be at max 24 inches. LCD Monitors that are 24" are measured by diagonal width so a 24" screen will typically have a horizontal width of approximately 23" which means you should be able to mount a 24" screen without an issue. Tips: Use the included tools when installing the screens. You may want to loosen the tension in the bolts to set the screen to where you would like. After you find that position, you can confirm this position by tightening the bolts. You can do this for swivel joint rotation to control the angle that you view the screens for the perfect ergonomic viewing angles.Base Width: 12.52" (318mm)Base Length: 13.4" (340mm)Pole Height: 28.5" (760mm)Maximum Horizontal Width of Screen Supported: 24"Orientation: Quad Monitor 3+1VESA Mounting Support: 75mm x 75mm, 100mm x 100mmMaterial: High Quality Steel and AluminumSwivel: 360aRotation: 360a (Support Portrait and Landscape)Tilt: -15 to +15a

  • Unique 1+3 Quad screen configuration
  • Supports 24" Screens
  • Adjustable viewing angles and orientations
  • Holds 4 total screens
  • 6kg per screen
  • VESA 75x75 mm and VESA 100*100mm compatibility
  • Supports up to 24" LCD Monitors
  • VESA Compatible Mounting Patterns (75 x 75, 100 x 100)
  • Features Cable Management & Cable hooks
  • Made of High Quality Steel & Aluminum
  • Tilt +/-15 Degrees; Swivel & R

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • 1 x Monmount LCD4802Q-Stand Quad LCD Monitor Desk Stand 3+1


Brand: Monmount

MPN: LCD4802QSTAND

UPC: 813036020344

Compatibility: VESA

Packaging: RETAIL

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
Monmount
MPN
LCD4802QSTAND
Color
Black
Specifications
VESA 75/100
Features
-> Max Screen Size: 24 " -> Tilt Angle: 15 Grades -> Swivel Angle: 360 Grades
Dimensions (H x W x D)
29.600X13.500X5.200IN
Weight
24.1

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Customer Reviews

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By Durval Farias
The whole set up is pretty heavy once assembled
Once you go multi monitor it is very hard to ever go back to using a single screen. I use three monitors myself: a twenty three inch led monitor in the middle, and a matched pair of twenty two inch lcd monitors on the left and right sides. The problem is that with all those monitors there wasn't much room left on my desk. Now with this monitor stand my desk is basically free except where the center monitor would be is now taken up by the single foot of this monitor stand. I don't right now have a fourth monitor, but the bracket that is intended to hold a fourth monitor on top of the stand can be left off. I might get a small touch screen monitor to put up top to control my media player with. The whole set up is pretty heavy once assembled. I had a little trouble moving it around on my own with all three monitors attached. It's very sturdy though so there isn't much worry of it tipping or it moving from bumping the desk. The foot is very deep from front to back, about twice as deep as the monitor stands that were on my monitors, but it's worth it to free up the rest of the space to each side. I am required to disclose the fact that i have received a discount on the purchase price of this quad monitor stand in exchange for providing a review with my honest opinion.
By Alexandra Riviere
The whole set up is pretty heavy once assembled
Once you go multi monitor it is very hard to ever go back to using a single screen. I use three monitors myself: a twenty three inch led monitor in the middle, and a matched pair of twenty two inch lcd monitors on the left and right sides. The problem is that with all those monitors there wasn't much room left on my desk. Now with this monitor stand my desk is basically free except where the center monitor would be is now taken up by the single foot of this monitor stand. I don't right now have a fourth monitor, but the bracket that is intended to hold a fourth monitor on top of the stand can be left off. I might get a small touch screen monitor to put up top to control my media player with. The whole set up is pretty heavy once assembled. I had a little trouble moving it around on my own with all three monitors attached. It's very sturdy though so there isn't much worry of it tipping or it moving from bumping the desk. The foot is very deep from front to back, about twice as deep as the monitor stands that were on my monitors, but it's worth it to free up the rest of the space to each side.
By Lisa Brooks
A Solid Multi-Monitor Stand For The Hardcore Gamer Or Multi-tasking Magnate
Pros:solid, all steel constructionbuilt-in cable management systemall tools for product assembly & setup are providedarticulated arms & 360 rotation mounts allow multiple screen configurationscons:articulated joints difficult to lock in positionaesthetic joint covers difficult to remove & break easilycould not support more than two monitors without bolting stand to desktopafter spending a few of weeks using this stand and having configured it two different ways (2 monitors centered vertically & 3 monitors across horizontal), i believe this stand is a solid, worthwhile investment, for anyone looking for a multi-monitor solution. That statement however, comes with definite caveats.Let me begin by saying, the product arrived very quickly, was well packaged and protected and, included everything needed to complete product assembly and setup. Along with, an assortment of screws and spacers for mounting a wide range of monitor(s). And, a healthy supply of ?€˜spare?€™ parts, to replace anything lost or damaged during assembly and setup. The only things you?€™ll need to supply are; a (#2) philips screw driver, to attach your monitors. And possibly, a drill and drill bit, to drill a clearance hole through your desks top, if/when using the optional center bolt through mounting method. Now, on to the review.Many hands make light work. - a second pair of hands, to help you get everything set up, will make things a lot easier and go a lot faster. Don?€™t get me wrong. A person working alone can get everything put together, wired up, locked into position and bolted down. I did. But, a second pair of hands would have made the whole affair a lot easier. If working by yourself, use a couple clamps to keep the base stable, while you sort out the monitor configuration that works for you.The more (monitors), the merrier! - however, unless you have very new, ultra thin and light weight monitors, when mounting 2 or more monitors, plan to use the center bolt through desktop mounting option. This requires a single, pass-through hole to be drilled in your desks top. I say ?€˜plan?€™ because, even with just two monitors on center (22?€ above 24?€), the monitor mounting plates project the weight of the monitor(s) forward, well past the center line of the base, rendering the weighted base all but completely incapable of keeping the whole thing from falling forward.When mounting 3 monitors across, you can stabilize the base by pushing the left and right monitors to the rear, behind the center monitor and the center line of the base but, depending on the size of the side monitors, the thickness of their bezels and, their orientation (landscape or portrait), you may end up visually cutting off a little sliver or, a large slice of each monitors viewable screen. I?€™m perhaps a little ocd and can?€™t stand not seeing the entirety of my screens, bezel and all. Making this an option i couldn?€™t live with so, i had to use the center bolt through mounting option.Video and power and audio cables, oh my! - the built-in cable management system makes keeping things neat and tidy a snap but, have velcro straps or zip ties handy for enhanced cable management. While the built-in cable management system works, depending on the thickness and weight of the video, power and, audio cables you run from each monitor, the built-in cable management clips may or may not be up to the task of keeping your cables in check. I have rather old, thick and stiff, dvi and power cables so; i found adding a few zip ties to be necessary. And, if you think you?€™ll end up repositioning your monitors often or, even occasionally, i recommend investing in a cheap roll of double-sided velcro from harbor freight or a similar store, to make reconfiguring your cable management, quick and easy.In conclusion, all things considered, i would not hesitate to recommend this particular stand, to any family, friend or, co-worker, who?€™s in the market for a multi-monitor stand, for use at home or in the office.
By Walter Franklin
Five Stars
Nice stand for the money

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Question & Answers
By OutletPC Shopper on 2016-07-12
How tall is the mounting center arm from the desk to the top of the bar?

By Customer Service on 2016-07-12

Answer:
Hello Michael, Thank you for your inquiry. That main pole on the Monmount LCD4802Q mount is 48cm tall from the desk to the top.


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