Danucd started streaming her PlayerUnknown’s Underground (PUBG) gameplays in April 2018. She was inspired to do so after watching YouTube videos to fill her time after losing her job and felt that streaming looked like something fun that she could fill her time with until she found a new position. After six months of streaming, her channel took off, and she is recognized as being one of the top PUBG streamers, on Twitch, usually ranking among the top five in the PUBG category when she is live.
Aside from her high-level skills, she is also known for her cheerfulness and ‘giveaway games’ where she teams with her subscribers for live gameplays. We have provided a list of the equipment that Danucd uses in her gaming setup to maintain her edge in games, as well as to provide her viewers with the professional, high quality audio and image clarity that they have come to expect from her channel.
What Monitor Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses three ASUS ROG PG279Q 27-inch monitor for gaming purposes. The ASUS ROG PG279Q offers a 2560 x 1440 IPS display with a 165Hz refresh rate and 4 ms that is possible due to the implementation of NVIDIA G Sync technology. It also includes ASUS’ Eye Care Technology to allow gamers to set their monitor to a low blue light mode that allows gamers to choose from four different filter settings in order to reduce eye strain, thereby enabling greater comfort during longer gaming sessions.
Further features include the ability to rotate the screen up to 90°, height adjustment options from between 70mm to 190mm from the desk surface, as well as tilt and pivot capabilities. It can also be removed from the stand to be placed on a VESA wall mount 100 x 100 mm, if you would prefer.
What Mouse Does Danucd Use?
The Logitech offers a 200 – 16,000 DPI HERO 3 sensor range as well as a 1ms report rate. It is also fairly lightweight at ~79g. All of these features are useful for gamers who prefer fps and MOBA games that require quick reflexes and precision. It has a built in battery that can last up to 63 hours with the RGB lights turned off and can be used while it’s charging, either by being plugged in with its 1.8m cable or wirelessly with the Logitech G Powerplay mousepad.
To further aid these gamer demographics, LG has also integrated four removable and reprogrammable side buttons. However, despite the specs, there are a number of users who feel that it isn’t worth the price, so you might want to watch some review videos and Amazon product reviews before buying it.
One of these factors is that the mouse is designed for a smaller hand, which is likely why Daucd enjoys using it so much, while another is that the ambidextrous shape might take a while to get used to.
What Keyboard Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses a Logitech G Pro keyboard with ultraviolet key caps. Danucd chose this RGB wired keyboard for her gaming setup because of its quietness, which is important as she doesn’t want the sound to be picked up by her microphones. It was designed as a tenkeyless gaming keyboard that is designed to provide gamers with more room to move their mouse, as well as for easy portability. Aside from the quietness, the Logitech G Pro’s linear Romer G switches are constructed to have a faster actuation than many other gaming keyboards.
Other features include its detachable wrist wrest, detachable USB cord and rubber feet to prevent the keyboard from moving during use.
What Headset Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses Logitech G Pro X headphones. The Logitech G Pro X headset integrates Blue VO!CE Technology, which is meant to improve the audio quality of the microphone’s output beyond that of the standard Logitech G Pro’s mic. However, Danucd doesn’t make use of this feature, as she prefers to make use of her two dedicated microphones. It would therefore be advisable to watch YouTube review’s if you would like to get an accurate idea of the output differences between the regular Logitech G Pro and Logitech G Pro X microphone vocal outputs. It would be worth exploring you are either just looking for a headset for gaming purposes or are just starting out your stream and looking to save money by buying a headset rather than a dedicated microphone with separate headphones.
Other considerations include the fact that the Logitech G Pro X has a built-in voice monitoring system as well as DTS 7.1 surround sound capabilities, whereas the Logitech G Pro lacks the voice monitoring system and has stereo sound capabilities.
Danucd settled on these after trying a few headsets, as she found them to be the most comfortable for her, ad to provide her with clear audio.
What Microphone Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses both a Blue Dragonfly Cardioid microphone as well as a Blue Baby Bottle SL. Both microphones are cardioid large diaphragm condenser microphones, but the Blue Baby Bottle SL uses a USB connector, whereas the Blue Dragonfly uses an XLR cable, which makes sense considering that her mixer only has one XLR cable input slot (see below).
Danucd places one microphone slightly above her head with the other in front of her. As they are both unidirectional, she likely does this to ensure that her voice is captured smoothly while she is recording. They are both high quality microphones that are designed for both vocal and instrumental recordings, and so are able to handle a wide range of sound frequencies. The Baby Bottle SL is known to produce a classic sound signature, while the Blue Dragonfly produces a warm, crisp tone.
What Webcam Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses a Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 4K camera and two Logitech C922 Pro webcam. Danucd uses the Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 4K camera as her main webcam, while the Logitech C922s are used to provide different perspectives, when she feels like changing things up. She originally used the Logitech C922s as her main webcam, but later opted for the regular camera when she could afford it.
The Logitech C922 is a dedicated clip-on plug-and-play webcam that comes with a free three-month trial of XSplit as well as a tripod desk stand and is considered to be more than adequate by a large percentage of streamers.
The Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema camera, on the other hand, is a is a 4K camera. As its name suggests, it is intended for recording video content and boasts a Four Thirds sensor, 13-stops of dynamic range and dual native ISO of up to 2560. This enables it to shoot at a 17:9 aspect ratio. Of course, it is not a plug-and-play, and so requires additional hardware and software to be installed before you can begin recording.
What Mixer Does Danucd Use?
Danucd uses a TC Helicon GoXLR mixer. The TC Helicon GoXLR mixer is another popular piece of equipment used by streamers. It is a compact mixer that has the capacity to handle one XLR cable, as well as one TS/TRS/TRRS microphone jack and so is unsuitable for recording from multiple sources simultaneously. It also doesn’t support USB cables. Therefore, it is suitable for Danucd’s setup, as she streams alone and focuses primarily on gameplay content.
Aside from that, its preamp is able to support up to 70 Db of gain, which means that it can translate the transmissions generated by most microphones. Furthermore, it has also has four volume sliders in addition to other knobs and buttons that allow for her to mute audio as needed and to tweak audio effects, as well as a few other useful functions.