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Commander Shepard

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Mounted my 40" MU7000 on an ErgoTech arm. Looks and works great. :)

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Canon

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Finally got a new monitor Asus PG348q.

LCDs from left to right...

Samsung 275t 27"
Microsoft Surface Pro (1st gen)
Asus PG348q 34" UltraWide
Google Pixelbook

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elvn

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I have the DROK usb volume knob and like it. It's the chrome looking one to the right of the mouse. Simple volume knob and press to toggle mute/unmute.

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It's a bit more open on the left under the 4k monitor since this pic because I added a heavy duty ergotron arm for the 43" screen so it wouldn't have to sit on that side table but otherwise pretty similar.
Made more of the desk under the keyboard panel black as well, and I added a two pedal usb pedal device on the ground which I use for my push-to-talk-key in games.

More details here: https://imgur.com/a/8EAmu
 

NIZMOZ

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which setup? 06' abouts?
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or I think 04-05.. damn rocking the svhs and xb og. miss the black widow case. got dinged up pretty bad when I moved out of chicago.
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currently using samsung 6290 walmart specials on the triple and a 900e sony xbr on the main rig. LG 34 up top.

If you look closely I reuse a lot of equipment. heh

I still have that TV, it recently got fried for all it's inputs except the DVI. Stopped using it as a monitor like 8 years ago and it went to TV duty. Now its sitting on the floor waiting for disposal. lol
 

magnetik

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I still have that TV, it recently got fried for all it's inputs except the DVI. Stopped using it as a monitor like 8 years ago and it went to TV duty. Now its sitting on the floor waiting for disposal. lol

yeah mine ended up developing splotches on the screen. It was good while it lasted.
 

DoubleTap

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Finally got my monitor arms and speaker stands worked out.

NV Surround TN panel rotates out of the way so I can watch TV on a 27" MVA panel:

PC 7.1 / Firestick / Chromecast / Blu-ray are all available through the AVR

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Forza Horizon 3 runs great at 3x 1440p on a single 1080Ti:

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My main source of information about pretty much everything:

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In progress - stands and arms visible:

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A peek behind: Kef Q100s sitting on Sound Anchor stands.
Monitor arms are Chief Mfg.

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Another view of the arms.
Center is temporary until I get another Q100...
Cable management could be better, but it's out of the way and mostly invisible when you're in the driver seat.

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Full gallery: https://imgur.com/a/lKj4zcL
 
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fenixv

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Grayson, your setup has always been super clean. What desk is that? Do you have any other pictures?
 

Greyson

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Grayson, your setup has always been super clean. What desk is that? Do you have any other pictures?

Thanks. I bought the desk on Amazon and I only recently put this all together after rebuilding my computer so the only other picture I have right now is a closeup of my tower. (not embedded) https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/afhub6ekh0fz9vq/4.30.2018.PNG?dl=0

Oh, I do have a phone pic of some of my cable management. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/31nnsnna6rvf44p/cabletown.png?dl=0
 

Spun Ducky

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Yeah, terrible cord management is terrible and cheapo chairs are cheapo.

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The setup looks very functional for two people to work. I like it for the simplicity overall. I have had hex monitor setups and large format setups through the years. I settled on a dual screen setup finally using a laptop to drive the dual 32" monitors. Long are gone the days of the dual socket xeons and room heating monster setups.
 

Commander Shepard

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Wow, that's big and beautiful! You don't get any neck strain while sitting so close and looking up so high at the screen?
 

cybereality

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Thanks! Web browsing with full screen is a challenge, but I've made the Firefox window smaller (about 70% size), and closer to the bottom, and this is okay.

For games and movies, though, it's awesome. I just sit back a little (around 3 feet or 1 meter distance) and it looks perfect.
 
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