AOM said:I was wondering the same myself...what desk is that? Also if you don't mind telling me....how much did you give for your remote? Cheapest I can find it is $500+, I thought you might be able to link me if you found it cheaper. Thx
Morpherex said:Damn, where did you get that desk?
ashmedai said:Like the rug. CM Stacker, unfinished wall, Studio RTA adjustatable (I have the walnut version )
im fairly sure the desks are from the ikea galant series.Stellar said:Tanquen, did you build that desk and cabinet yourself? I like it the idea of a desk running almost all the way around the room - when and if I get myself into an apt. or house with an extra room.
Stellar said:Tanquen, did you build that desk and cabinet yourself? I like it the idea of a desk running almost all the way around the room - when and if I get myself into an apt. or house with an extra room.
Happy Hopping said:Tanquen:
I have a few questions:
1) You have a concrete wall, for people who have dry wall, wouldn't that arm pull the dry wall off? I mean, the weight of that arm and 2 screens are quite heavy. How much weight does the arm say it can support?
2) How long is the screw that goes into the wall?
3) For those of us that have drywall, it is 2 x 4 behind it. So the "width" of that mount where the screws goes in can't be too wide, or else one part of those screws would screw into hollow space behind the dry wall.
How wide and how long is the mounting base? Can you take a picture directly facing that mount base (the part that screw to the wall)?
4) Did you buy some extra length DVi-DVI cable? The standard is only 6 ft.
5) At this picture:
Can you bend one of the screen 90 degree? i.e., can the 2 monitors form a "L" shape at the connection point?
So if your desk is small, you can see one screen in front of you, and another on your right hand side.
chronic9 said:hey Defyant, dont u need a special nvidia 6800 to use the 30" mac screen thou? i bet that cost a fortune too?
Dudeyourlame said:looks like he cant keep a monitor for a single week