Chief KTP225B - stand

Mfg. Part: KTP225B | CDW Part: 1545587 | UNSPSC: 56101501
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$242.40Advertised Price

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  • Stand for dual flat panel
  • steel
  • black
  • table-top
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Stand for dual flat panel
  • steel
  • black
  • table-top
Chief's KTP widescreen dual monitor table stand is designed to provide a rock solid, free standing solution for graphic designers, broadcasters and other users who commonly work with multiple small flat panel TVs, LCDs or monitors.

The Chief KTP225B is a good desktop solution for mounting two widescreen small flat panels horizontally.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
AV Furniture
Color: Black
Features: Centris Technology , Rotating
Material: Steel
Recommended Display Size: 10" - 30"
Recommended Use: Dual flat panel
Tilt: Yes
Type: Stand

Dimensions & Weight
Depth: 14.5 in
Height: 14.5 in
Width: 27.4 in

Brand: Chief
Manufacturer: Chief Manufacturing
Model: KTP225B
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Chief

Flat Panel Mount Interface: 100 x 100 mm , 75 x 75 mm
Max Load Weight: 70 lbs
Placing Mounting: Table-top

Product Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Serves its purpose This is the second multi-monitor stand that I've dealt with (the first being an Ergotron#. The Chief has more adjustability that the Ergotron #because of the swivelling heads). Setting the unit up is easy enough. The base is large / heavy enough to prevent the unit from toppling over when only one monitor is mounted.Some minor complaintes:The swivelling head has a tension adjustment on the back. I have found that it is either too tight to move freely, or is too loose and the displays wobble. As long as you plan to adjust once, and not move them again - it's not a huge deal.The base sticks out a bit further past the displays which eats up valuable desk space. If the unit is in a corner, it might not be a problem, but I think many will find that their desk isn't deep enough to accomodate this and a keyboard.The height adjustment is pretty inconveniently located - which again adds to my opinion that once it is in place, you should just leave it there and not plan on moving the displays.All of that being said, it is still better than my Ergotron. And, there are few options out there that will support dual 27" monitors. May 24, 2012
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