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MDM05 Twin LCD Monitor Stand w/ Swivel Arm & desk clamp: twin LCD Monitors/TVs on one table

by Allcam
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for 2 LCDs
  • Mount two LCD monitors/TVs side by side to one desktop (if the monitors are wider than 60cm/ea or bigger than 24" in nominal size, you will need to buy two additional long arms modules)
  • Fits all LED/LCD TVs & Montors with VESA 50 75 or 100 mounting holes, but not heavier than 6Kgs each (13.2lbs each) in weight
  • Tilts folds and rotates; 130° rotation; 30° tilt up and down; Adjustable height
  • The Allcam MDM series of Multiple Monitor Desk Mount Brackets allows two, three, four, even six LCD screens to be mounted together on one desktop.
  • In addition to the standard models: MDM05 (twin monitors), MDM06 (triple monitors), MDM07 (quadruple monitors), you can buy relevant modules to configure your own multi screen desk mount bracket.
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MDM05 Twin LCD Monitor Stand w/ Swivel Arm & desk clamp: twin LCD Monitors/TVs on one table + Long Arm for Allcam MDM04 MDM05 and MDM06 series LCD Monitor Desk Mount Bracket + Fisual Chunky Reuseable Hook & Loop Cable Ties - 20 Pack Black
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Product Information

Size Name: for 2 LCDs
Technical Details
BrandAllcam
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions57.6 x 28 x 10 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB001H2TODY
Best Sellers Rank 11,642 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.7 Kg
Date First Available1 Oct 2008
  
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5 years

Product Description

Size Name: for 2 LCDs

The Allcam MDM05 multi screen desk mount bracket supports two LCD monitors side by side. The Allcam MDM series of Multiple Monitor Desk Mount Brackets allows two, three, four, even six LCD screens to be mounted together on one desktop. All LCD monitors with VESA 50x50, VESA 75x75, or VESA 100x100 mounting holes at the back are compatible with these multi monitor desk mount. Package includes desk clamp, cable holders, and all necessary fittings to mount your monitors and clamp the assembly to the desktop.

The Allcam multiple screen desk mount brackets are carefully designed in easily configured modules: <ul><li> Long pole (70cm) and Short pole (40cm, default), <li> Long arm(18.4cm) and Short arm(12.5cm)<li> Joint lock (single) and Joint lock (dual)</ul>

In addition to the standard models: <ul> <li> <a href=http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001H2TODY >MDM05 (twin monitors Desk Mount) </a>, <li><a href=http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001H2XEP8 >MDM06 (triple monitors Desktop Mount)</a>, <li><a href=http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001H2TOHK >MDM07 (quadruple LCD monitors Desk Mount)</a> </ul>, you can buy relevant modules to configure your own multi screen desk mount bracket.

With a glass table? or other table which are too suitable to be clamped? try the <a href=http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004WOELQE> MMS05 twin LCD Arm table stand</a>.


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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Roche on 31 Aug 2009
Size Name: for 2 LCDs Verified Purchase
I was looking for something to mount my monitors at eye level due to experiencing back pain and i have found it with the Multi Screen Desk Mount!

The images on Amazon don't do the product any justice, but believe me it is a wonderful piece of kit.

The tools you need are provided and it is quite simple to assemble. Two people might be needed when screwing the monitors onto the mounting but you can manage with one. I did come across two problems which are easily solved. The first was that the clamp screw was getting stuck half way up so it was impossible to get a firm grip to the table. Use some oil or washing up liquid and the clamp screw will loosen right up.

The second problem was that the monitors would droop when in place, in other words they wouldn't stay in a fixed position and kept tilting down to the desk. To solve this there are plastic caps around the back of the mount which can be easily unclipped, underneath them is a screw which with the tools provided can be tightened to keep the monitor firm. I move my monitors around a lot on the mount arms to look in different directions so have to tighten the screw every couple of weeks.

So in conclusion, when everything is mounted it looks fantastic, the finish of the product is sleek and professional. The mount stays firm even when moving the arms and tilting the monitors to different angles. If you are experiencing back pain, want to increase your desk space or just want that professional look then buy buy buy! Finally, if you want to get a 3rd monitor in the future then you can get attachments to add it to the mount.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Emmster TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 April 2012
Size Name: for 3 LCDs Verified Purchase
The Product
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The product construction on these things is excellent - all the bits are cast metal (aluminium?) and you can tell, once the screws are tightened, they're not going anywhere.
All necessary tools are supplied (x2 alan keys and a small spanner) with the stand.
You get vertical adjustment at the pole by sliding the "joint lock" (the bit that sits over the pole and provides a hole for the arm[s] to fit into) and each arm can be swivelled freely in the horizontal plane. The Vesa brackets (the bits that join the stand to the monitors) are adjustable as well - you can tilt the monitor forwards/backwards and rotate it clockwise/anti-clockwise.

Once you're done adjusting you can tighten everything up and the job is done. This involves a bit of trial and error + a few goes to get right; but it's easy enough.

The Gotchas
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As several other reviews have pointed out - you need to understand what your total horizontal monitor width is. This product (on its own) won't cater for today's bigger monitors. My exact setup is detailed below if you're interested. The really good thing about this product is that it's extensible: you can buy individual arms that allow you to go to bigger monitors without having to purchase a whole new rig. There is a limit - i wouldn't string more than 3/4 arms together unless I had a super light monitor at the end of it. But even then, you could buy another pole (again, see below for my setup) and redistribute some of the load (the Allcam website [[...]] have a complete range of bits)

One other thing to understand is that - if you buy the MDM06 only - you get two "joint locks" ... those bits that fit over the pole and have holes that you plug the arms into.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kim on 5 Aug 2010
Size Name: for 1 LCD w/ Arm Verified Purchase
I considered giving this item five stars - I've got two of them - but it's not a Rolls Royce product. However it is terrific value and very strong and simple. It works on friction, all the joints can be tightened or loosened, so it may take a little effort to set it up the way you want it, if you want it tighter or slacker than the state in which it is supplied. The tilt angle adjustment was set rather too loose for my monitors. For my 28" monitor the relevant 1/2" AF nut (which is accessed by prising off a plastic cover) has to be tightened a lot, so that subsequent changing of the monitor tilt angle is slightly difficult and not smooth. If you want to be able to adjust the tilt angle of a 28" monitor with one finger this is probably not the stand you need. However for my purposes it's really good.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Parsonage on 3 July 2009
Size Name: for 2 LCDs
Had one of these for 7 months now. The only thing I have had to do was tighten a nut after a few months to get the tension how I like it. I really love being able to rotate the monitor into portrait mode so that I can see an entire A4 page when I work on documentation.

I actually disconnected the clamp and drilled a small hole in my work desk as the desk is fitted to the back wall. The pole fits through the desk and I secure it to the underside of the desk and to the wall. The whole thing is very stable.

They are really good value for money and I am thinking of getting the 3 monitor version.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 27 Dec 2010
Size Name: for 1 LCD w/ Arm Verified Purchase
I've been using this for about six months, and I think its been a good purchase for me as it does everything I require. I wanted something simple that would free up real estate on my desk. I often need to turn the monitor horizontally and this does it without quibbles. The only issue I had when setting it up was adjusting the tighness of the bolts in the arm itself - at first I made each bolt eqaully tight, but I found that the arm would slowly move down as the arm would pivot around the desk clamp. After that, I simply tightened the bolt where the arm meets the desk clamp and made the remaining bolts in the arm looser, so the arm would no longer pivot around the clamp and fall down, yet still have all the movement required. Since then there have been no issues whatsoever and at no point have I felt insecure about the arm being unable to support the weighty 24" HP monitor.
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