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Advice on a new 32 inch Monitor and monitorarm for desk
Old 20th June 2019
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Advice on a new 32 inch Monitor and monitorarm for desk

Hi!

I have come to a point where my desk is cluttered af with effectpedals and synths and I need to be creative. I use every one of them a lot and dont really want to sell them/get rid of them. The only solution: Grabbing space in the heights. Atm I use a 27 inch monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution. To grab space, the solution I had in mind is buying a single 32 inch monitor along with, preferably, at least, 2560 x 1440 resolution (QWHD). Because I want to place a TR-909 drumcomputer on te desk where the montor would normally be, I have very little space left to place it on my desk too. That is why I also intend to use a monitorarm to attach the monitor to. Is there anyone here who can advice me a good 32 inch monitor in combination with a 32 inch monitorarm which is accesible to a bureaudesk to use? Appreciate all the help!
Old 24th June 2019
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At 32 inches, I would have 1440p minimum, with 4k being more acceptable. At 27 inches, 4k will look nicer but 1440 will look great too. Going 1080 on 27 inches and higher will start looking progressively worse due to the lower pixel density. A monitor arm will be limited to how much weight it can hold. You can find them on the AmazonBasics category (on Amazon).
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