KayPea is a well-known figure in the League of Legends community. She initially fell in love with streaming while still in university due to her enjoyment of having other people to share her gaming experiences with. Below, we have provided a brief overview of the known peripheral that form part of KayPea’s gaming setup. All of them were sponsored to her stream by the companies.
WHAT MOUSE DOES KAYPEA USE?
KayPea uses a Roccat Kain 202 AIMO (white) mouse. The ROCCAT Kain 202 is the white version of the Kain 202 mouse. It is has 2.4Ghz wireless connectivity and can also be used as a wired device. Its battery can last up to 50 hours with the RGB lighting turned off. It features a ROCCAT Owl-Eye Optical sensor that provides a DPI range that can be set anywhere between 1-16,000DPI via its ROCCAT Swarm software. Additionally, it has a maximum acceleration of 50G and a maximum tracking speed of 400IPS.
Although it has an ambidextrous shape, its button placement makes it more suitable for right-handed users. It features 6 programmable buttons in total, with the others including its clickable scroll wheel, dedicated DPI button, and right and left clickers. These, as well as the RGB lighting, can be set through its software. It also boasts a hybrid anti-wear coating that is dirt resistant, and also helps with grip. It weighs 105g (3.7oz) and has dimensions of 12.4 x 6.5 x 4.3cm (2.8 x 1.85 x 0.79″.)
WHAT KEYBOARD DOES KAYPEA USE?
KayPea uses a Roccat Magma keyboard. The ROCCAT Magma is an RGB gaming keyboard that utilizes ROCCAT’s own membrane silent switches. While these switches are soldered on, the keycaps can be removed. It is capable of 26-key rollover as well as advanced ant-ghosting features and offers double-function keys that can be programmed with macro settings. Its ROCCAT EASY-SHIFT[+] button duplicator button also lets KayPea to program her WASD keys with a second function, while its AIMO RGB technology allows you to sync the lighting effects with other devices. Both the lighting and macros can be set through the ROCCAT Swarm software. This software is only compatible with Windows 7 or later, but the device itself has greater compatibility with other devices such as Macs and PS5 devices. It measures 45.2 x 15.7 x 3.9cm (18.5 x 7.4 x 2.4″) and weighs 870g (2.74lbs.)
WHAT HEADSET DOES KAYPEA USE?
KayPea uses Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 (White) headphones. KayPea’s gaming setup includes the white version of the Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 gaming headset. It is mainly constructed from plastic and has a metal headband. The headband has a dual-layer suspension to better fit the user’s head. The closed backed earcups have and over-ear fit and boast 50mm neodymium nanoclear drivers that provide a stereo sound experience. However, they are also surround sound compatible. These drivers provide a frequency response range of 12-20,000Hz. They come with a detachable, noise-cancelling microphone that utilizes a cardioid polar pattern.
They come with a 3.5mm or Pink/Green PC Splitter Cable, inline 3.5mm Cable, Mobile Cable and do not require software to operate. This makes then compatible with most major gaming systems. Its Aerofit Ear Cushions integrate Turtle’s Beach’s ProSpecs Glasses Relief technology that ensures comfort over long gaming sessions even for glasses wearers. They have dimensions of 29.2 x 28.8 x 11.1cm (11.5 x 11.34 x 4.37″) and weigh 948g (2.09lbs)
WHAT MICROPHONE DOES KAYPEA USE?
KayPea uses a Shure SM7B microphone. The Shure SM7B is probably the most popular microphone among streamers, with other users including Loeya, Wardell and Greekgodx. It is a dynamic microphone that was designed for vocal and bass recordings. Hence its frequency response range of 50 – 20,000Hz, a sensitivity of -59dBV/Pa, a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) 33dB and a nominal impedance 150Ω. It has a sturdy enamel aluminum and a steel chassis to protect its cartridge. It has a cardioid polar inputs at an end-address.
To further improve the audio input quality, it has both an internal pop-filter and an internal air-suspension shock and vibration isolator. These help to prevent unwanted environmental sounds from filtering is, as does its removable external wind shield. Additionally, there are two switches at its base. One is a presence boost button that can turn off the presence boost thereby producing a flat-response curve, while the second is a high press-filter. Although it utilizes an XLR connector, it does not require phantom power. But it does still need an audio interface. It also comes with a locking yoke mount.