hJune originally made a name for himself through his RUST YouTube and Twitch content, especially those where he actively helped out the community and was influential in bringing about much-needed changes to elements of the game. However, he has recently become more associated with his variety and Valorant content, as well as his co-streams with various offline.tv members. Below, we have provided a list of the broadcasting and gaming equipment that has been incorporated into hJune’s gaming setup to ensure that he produces top quality in terms of both production and gameplay.



HJune uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2540 monitor. The BenQ ZOWIE XL2540 is a 24.5″ gaming monitor that offers a high refresh rate of 240Hz at a response time of 1ms (Grey-to-Grey). Its TN LCD panel offers a 1920 x 1080p resolution with a pixel pitch of 0.28 x 0.28mm and a maximum brightness of 400cd/㎡. It is integrated with useful features such as its Low Blue Light filter and Flicker-Free to protect the user from eyestrain, as well as game-enhancing technologies like its Black eQualizer and Color Vibrance features.

Furthermore, its stand provides a lot of adjustabilities. This includes it being tiltable between -5°~20°, swivel-able between -45°~45° and pivotable 90°. Its height can also be altered between 44.6~51.5cm (17.6~20.3″.) The monitor can also be detached from its stand for VESA-compatible wall-mounting purposes. Additionally, there are two 2W speakers, one on either side. It is also FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync compatible, but these as well as its 240Hz refresh rate can only be utilized with the appropriate video cards.

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Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse

HJune uses a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse. The Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse is one of the most commonly found pieces of equipment among streamers’ setups. Some other examples include Lvndmark, Diegosaurs, and UnknownxArmy. This may be due to its having a truly ambidextrous design in the sense that in addition to its ergonomic shape, it also comes with two sets of two removable buttons that can be added to both or either side of the mouse, thus allowing for to eight programable buttons. It can also store up to 5 onboard profiles.

Additionally, the newer models boast a Hero 25K optical sensor with a DPI range of 100 – 25,600 that can be adjusted in steps of 50 through the Logitech G HUB software. Up to 6 DPI profiles can then be stored directly on the mouse and toggled between with its dedicated DPI button. Its RGB lighting is LIGHTSYNC-compatible, meaning that its RGB lighting can be synchronized with other Logitech G products.

Furthermore, it has a maximum report rate of 1,000Hz, although it can be toggled between 125Hz, 250Hz and 500Hz directly onboard as well. Its maximum acceleration is 40G and its maximum speed is 400 IPS. Its measurements are 3.82 x 62.15 x 11.66cm (1.57 x 2.5 x 4.92”) and it weighs 79g (2.7oz.)

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HyperX Fury Speed Edition

HJune uses a HyperX Fury S mousepad. The HyperX Fury S Speed X-Large mousepad has a cloth surface. This is attached to its rubberized base with seamless, anti-fray stitching. The rubber helps prevent the mousepad from slipping during use. Its dimensions are 90 x 42 x 0.4cm (35.4 x 16.5 x 0.16”,) making it wide enough to fit both a mouse and full-size keyboard with plenty of room to spare.

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Logitech G Pro keyboard

HJune uses a Logitech G Pro keyboard. The Logitech G Pro is a wired gaming keyboard with a tenkeyless design. It is constructed from a steel backplate with a plastic casing. It is soldered with Cherry MX Blue switches that provide an audible, tactile click. They actuate at 2mm with a force of 50G and have a total travel distance of 4mm. They are topped with ABS keycaps that can be swapped out for another set. Its Fn+ F-keys can be set with macro profiles. As an added bonus, there are over 580 macro profiles already available via its software. Its per-key LIGHTSYNC-compatible lighting can also be set through the G HUB software.

Its flip-out feet allow it to be angled in three steps, while its rubber feet keep it from inadvertently moving during use. There is also a USB passthrough port. Its dimensions are 3.4 x 36.1 x 15.3cm (14.96 x 1.97 x 6.3”) and it weighs in at 1.32kg (2.9lbs.) It is compatible with macOS 10.11 and up, and Windows 7 and up.

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Audio-Technica ATH-M50x

HJune uses Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones. These dynamic headphones have a closed-back, noise-canceling design that is available in a variety of colors. They can also fold inwards for storage purposes. Their 45mm large neodymium drivers provide a frequency response range of 15-28,000Hz at a nominal impedance of 38Ω and a sensitivity of 99dB.

Their earcups are padded with leatherette-covered cushioning and can be rotated at 90°. This lets it lie flat around HJune’s neck when he’s not using it. Its lightweight plastic construction puts its weight at 286g (10oz,) which helps with comfort over long-term use. Although they have Bluetooth accessibility, they are not wireless devices. But they do come with three sets of cables to choose from. One is a 1.2m – 3m (3.94 – 9.84ft) coiled cable, 3m (9.84ft) straight and 1.2m (3.94″) straight. They are compatible with Windows 7 & 8, and Mac devices.

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Rode NT1KIT microphone

HJune uses a Rode NT1 microphone. HJune’s gaming setup includes an NT1 microphone, which is currently only available as part of a kit. The device itself is a condenser mic that has a unidirectional polar pattern that operates at a side address. It offers a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz at a nominal impedance of 100Ω, a sensitivity of -29dB and a maximum sound pressure level of 132dB. It is wired with an XLR connector and requires 24/48V phantom power to function. It, therefore, requires the purchase of a phantom power-compatible audio interface. Another feature is its internal shock mount that helps to stifle unwanted bump sounds from filtering into recordings, as well as a mic gain switch.

The kit includes a SM6 Shock Mount, detachable pop filter, microphone dust cover, and documents. He has attached his mic to a Rode PSA 1 swivel mount to make it easier for him to reposition it during recordings.

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HJune uses a YAMAHA MG10XU mixer. The YAMAHA MG10XU is the 10-input version of the MG mixer. It can process up to four inputs of either microphone, electrical instruments, or audio devices such as CD players. Then it also allows for 10-line inputs with four mono and 3 stereo channels. The microphones can use either XLR or phone plug connectors, and it is capable of providing 48V of phantom power. All 14 of these lines have dedicated channel controls. The device inputs include high pass filters to attenuate frequencies below 80Hz, gain knobs to adjust the volume for each device, compression knobs, equalizer knobs, and a phantom power switch, as well as other controls.

Line 5 – 10 can be used to connect line-level devices such as an electric keyboard or with RCA pins. These also have a similar set of dedicated controls as listed above. There are also effects knobs that can be programmed with new effects. This device is therefore useful for band recordings, podcast recordings, and solo recordings with multiple devices.

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