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Thread: Steam Cabinet Mode - Dual Monitor Mount Suggestion Help

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    Default Steam Cabinet Mode - Dual Monitor Mount Suggestion Help

    I'm looking for a dual monitor mount that will let me leave my screens in a normal PC position when I am using the computer for everyday use but will allow me to reposition the screens to simulate a pinball cabinet when playing Pinball FX3. With one screen laying almost flat in portrait mode and the other behind it in landscape mode to be the Back glass.

    I found a bunch on amazon but none of them specifically show the position I want for playing pinball so I am hesitant to buy anything.

    Do any of you know a good one to buy for this?

    Not looking to spend a lot on it because it's just a temporary solution until I afford to build an actual cab for playing.

    Thanks in advance for any help!
    Jyve

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    Probably be hard to find something of the shelf but maybe you could mix and match something, biggest problem might be to get the playfield flat due to limitations of the arms. I tried something similar in the past and found the turning of the screens and having to finetune everything a really annoying. Arms are often expensive so I looked for them second hand.

    Might get some inspiration from this video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acj0glAME8c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabura View Post
    Probably be hard to find something of the shelf but maybe you could mix and match something, biggest problem might be to get the playfield flat due to limitations of the arms. I tried something similar in the past and found the turning of the screens and having to finetune everything a really annoying. Arms are often expensive so I looked for them second hand.

    Might get some inspiration from this video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acj0glAME8c

    Thanks for the reply! Two individual arms might be a better idea, I'll have to do some more research.

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    Looks pretty decent, nice find

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