JordanFisher is primarily an actor by profession who likes to stream in his free time. However, he still takes his streaming seriously and mainly enjoys playing fps games. He currently mains Valorant. Below, we have provided a brief overview of the specs that have been selected for JordanFisher’s gaming setup.
WHAT MOUSE DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse. Although this mouse is being overtaken by its successor, the Logitech G Pro X, JordanFisher’s gaming this mouse still remains one of the more popular mice among pros and streamers and can still be found in the setups of streamers such as Lvndmark, Danucd, and BigEx, among others. It is integrated with a Hero 25K optical sensor. This sensor allows for a range of 100-25,600 DPI at polling rate options of 125Hz (8ms), 250Hz (4ms), 500Hz (2ms and 1,000 (1ms.) It operates at a maximum acceleration of 40G and a maximum tracking speed of 400 IPS. It is also capable of storing up to 6 DPI profiles onboard. These can be set in increments of 50 through the Logitech G Hub software. That is also where its RGB LIGHTSYNC lighting can be adjusted.
But arguably, its primary feature is that it has a truly ambidextrous design. This is possible thanks to its not only having a completely symmetrical design, but also because, in addition to its four fixed buttons, it also comes with two sets of two side buttons that can be attached to either or both sides of the mouse. These can then be set with up to 6 macro profiles. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.11 or later, or Chrome OS.
WHAT KEYBOARD DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses a Logitech G Pro X keyboard. JordanFisher’s gaming setup includes the updated version of the original G Pro keyboard. Its chassis is made from plastic and contains a steel backplate. It is available in three GX switches options, which are hot-swappable, even with non-GX switches. Although the keycaps are also swappable, the bottom row’s keycaps are a non-standard shape which means that it will be difficult to find keycaps that match the shape of those keys.
Furthermore, the Fn + F9-12 keys also double as media control keys and there is a brightness button and windows lock key located in the top right corner. There are also two-level flip-out feet on its underside that provide three-step angle adjustment and its rubber feet help prevent the keyboard from slipping during use. Its dimensions are 2.4 36.1 x 15.3cm (1.3 x 14.2 x 6.02″) and it weighs 1.3kg (2.88lbs.) It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.11 or later, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch devices.
WHAT HEADSET DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses Logitech Pro X headset. This is the wired version of the Logitech G Pro X headset. It comes with Next-Gen 7.1 surround sound, as well as 50mm Hybrid mesh PRO-G drivers with neodymium magnets. These are able to provide a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz at a sensitivity of 107dB and a nominal impedance of 32Ω.
It is primarily made from TR90 nylon in the headband that is combined with stainless steel sliders, and a glass fiber reinforced nylon joint. It has a padded headband and is also comes with two sets of earpads that can be easily attached to the earcups. One set is made of leatherette-covered memory foam, while the other is made from microsuede earpads. Its electret condenser microphone is detachable and inputs with a cardioid polar pattern with a frequency response range of 100-10,000Hz.
WHAT MICROPHONE DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses a Blue Baby Bottle SL microphone. JordanFisher’s gaming setup incorporates a Blue Baby Bottle SL. It is a mid0range condenser microphone that is constructed with a sturdy full-metal body. The double mesh metal grill over its large diaphragm helps to cancel out plosive sounds. As it utilizes a cardioid polar pattern, it is most sensitive to sounds coming from directly in front of it, while sounds produced from behind it are muted. Additionally, it is powered by an XLR cord and requires +48V of phantom power to operate. This also means that it needs a compatible audio interface to mediate between the microphone and recording device.
It offers a frequency response rate of 20Hz – 20,000Hz, an output impedance of 50ohm, sensitivity of 39.8 mV/Pa at 1 kHz and a dynamic range of 123.2dB. Additionally, it also has a built-in pad with which to activate both its 100Hz high-pass filter and -20dB pad. It also comes with a wooden storage box and metal shock mount.
WHAT WEBCAM DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses a Sony a6000 camera. The Sony a6000 is a fairly popular mirrorless digital camera among Twitch broadcasters, and can also be found in the setups of Mews, KingGeorge and Masayoshi, to name a few. It is integrated with a 24.3MP Exmor APS-C HD CMOS sensor that can capture still shots at a 4K resolution and movies at a maximum resolution of 1080 at either 60p or 50p at a 3:1 aspect ratio. Its ISO range is at 100-25,600 and it has a framerate of 11fps. It is possible to expand the ISO range with a Sony E or Sony FE-compatible lens.
Furthermore, it comes with useful features such as its hybrid autofocus has 179-point focal plane phase-detection as well as 25 contrast detect points. This helps to ensure smooth transitioning and low instances of blurring during fast-paced recordings. It can also shoot in slow motion at up to a/25s. Its NP-FW50 battery is capable of shooting continuously for up to 0 minutes.
WHAT Mixer DOES JORDANFISHER USE?
JordanFisher uses a TC-Helicon GoXLR mixer. As expected, JordanFisher has opted for what is probably the most popular audio mixer among content creators. In fact, it is also owned by Reverse2K and ItsJstn, among others . It was designed for solo recordings and is capable of connecting up to one microphone with either an XLR connector or one TS/TRS/TRRS microphone jack, as well as one headset with a 3.5mm connector. It cannot input USB devices. It has four channels on the left side of the device, one of which for Mic, Chat, Music and System controls, comprising of a dedicated volume slider and mute button for each channel.
The right side is then split into three parts. The top half offers various sound effect options, as well as the possibility of creating one’s own effects or choosing other effects, through its software. The RGB lighting effects can also be set that way. The bottom section of the right side is divided into two parts. The right has a press-to-mute button for the microphone as well as a bleep button. These serve for on-the-fly damage control. The left side is a voice sampler that can be programmed with on-the-fly effects.