MuTeX is a retired pro-Call of Duty professional player who has been part of the scene since 2014. He has been streaming full-time since late 2019 and still mainly plays Call of Duty on controller. He is known for his clutch skills, placing #6 for worldwide kills, and for his consistency. Below, we have provided a list of his known equipment, for those of you who would like more detail about the peripherals that appear in MuTeX’s gaming setup.


ASUS TUF Gaming VG259QM monitor

MuTeX uses an ASUS VG259QM monitor. The ASUS TUF VG259QM is a 24.5″ gaming monitor that is capable of an extremely high refresh rate of 280Hz. It offers a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 with a grey-to-grey response time of 1ms and 0.282mm pixel pitch. Its maximum brightness is at 400 cd/㎡.

It is also compatible with a number of technologies, including its G-Sync and ELMB-Sync compatibility to reduce screen-tearing, as well as its flicker-free and ultra-low blue light technology. It also boasts ASUS’ GamePlus hotkey options with gameplay-enhancing such as a sniper marker, crosshair marker, and fps counter, as well as many others. Its stand also allows for tilting between -5°~33°, swiveling -90°~90°, height adjustability of up to130mm and a viewing angle of 178°/178°. It also has two bult in speakers and can be removed from its stand of VESA wall-mounting compatible wall-mounting.

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SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL keyboard

MuTeX uses a SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL keyboard. MuTeX’s gaming setup features the tenkeyless version of the SteelSeries Apex Pro. It is a fairly popular wired RG keyboard that is also found in the setups of streamers such as ErycTriceps, BenjyFishy and x2Twins. It is integrated with OmniPoint switches that can be easily adjusted on a per-key basis on-the-fly with actuation points options of between 0.4 to 3.6mm. They operate at a force of 45cN and have a super-fast report rate of 0.7ms and a polling rate of 1,000Hz. There are 6 macro keys, and the keyboard is capable of storing up to 5 macro profiles onboard.

It also features full-key rollover and anti-ghosting, as well as three-way cable routing on its underside. Its compact size allows for more mouse room for gaming. Its OLED screen allows the user to change the brightness, rewind, skip, pause, volume and more, as well as to check app information such as KDA and money in CS:GO, as well as messages in Discord. The F-keys have double-function for media controls.

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Sennheiser HD 600

MuTeX uses a Sennheiser HD 600 headphones. The Sennheiser HD 600 are wired headphones that are designed for audiophiles They have a dual-input cable to provide balanced acoustics, while their open-backed earcups help to reduce pressure on the eardrum. However, this also means that sound will bleed out during use and possibly in during use. This makes them more suited to private indoor use than for out-door use.

Their 42mm neodymium drivers offer a wide frequency response range of 12 -40,500Hz, a high impedance of 300Ω and a sound pressure level of 97dB. Their headband is padded and has a contact pressure of 6.0N ± 1N. The earcups are also padded with velour-covered cushioning.

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Shure SM7B microphone

MuTeX uses a Shure SM7B microphone. It is unsurprising that MuTeX’s gaming setup features a Shure SM7B microphone given its prevalence among those of content creators. Its frequency response range is between 50 – 20,000Hz and it has a nominal impedance of 150Ω and a sensitivity of -59 dBV/Pa. It Is powered with normal requirements by an XLR cable, so it will require the separate investment in both an audio interface device and cable.

It has a unidirectional polar pattern that operates at an end-address. This helps to focus the audio input while blocking out extraneous sounds originating from the sides or back of the device. It also features an internal pop-filter to block out plosive mouth sounds, as well as an internal shock mount to reduce disruptions from bumps and movement. It also comes with an external windscreen and locking yoke mount. Its presence boost and high-pass filter switch are covered with its switch cover plate.

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Sony Alpha a6000

MuTeX uses a Sony a6000 camera. The Sony Alpha a6000 is a semi-professional camera that many professional photographers use as a back-up camera. But it is also used by many broadcasters as a recording device. However, it is quite expensive relative to basic webcams, so you might want to consider holding off on purchasing it until you are established, unless you are interested in creating vlogging and IRL content.

It has a 24.3MP APS-C-sized Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor that offers a 100-25,600 ISO range for movies. IT can record at 11fps for a resolution of 1080 at either 50 or 60p. It features a built-in electronic viewfinder as well as hybrid autofocus with 179-point focal plane phase-detection. This helps it to rpadily track movement for minimal blurriness during high-speed action shots. It also has a tiltable LCD display screen which is useful for camera positioning and to counter glare.

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