I set my 3rd monitor (a Dell 2007FP) up today, and it's noticeably higher than both the left most monitor (also a Dell 2007FP) and the center monitor. It's distracting to have the right-hand picture about .5" a higher than the center screen.
I flipped the triple monitor mount over and reattached it, but it made no difference.
This discrepancy is marring an otherwise cool setup, and I am not sure how to correct it. It's not possible to raise the center monitor independently of the side monitors because of the mounting arms. And the mounting arms cannot be lowered any further because the lower section of the arm cannot attach to the mounting bracket at that point, and going lower than that would make the right monitor too low.
Taipan, I see you have the same setup as me- a 30" middle flanked by two 20" monitors in portrait mode, and are even using the same Dell 20" monitors. Your monitors look even.
I'm out of ideas...anyone got any?
Three images- one of all three monitors:
and one of the center and the right monitor:
and one of the center and right, from the bottom:
Edited by peppergomez (02/03/1201:45 AM)
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