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Uses

The Board

In truth, I have at least four different keyboards. The prettiest one (and my most commonly used one) is the Massdrop Ctrl Mechanical Keyboard (halo clear switches). It's bright, loud, obnoxious, and I love it. It's connected to my dock using a Mechcables Pulse V2 Custom Coated-Coil USB cable, which looks great.

The Board

In truth, I have at least four different keyboards. The prettiest one (and my most commonly used one) is the Massdrop Ctrl Mechanical Keyboard (halo clear switches). It's bright, loud, obnoxious, and I love it. It's connected to my dock using a Mechcables Pulse V2 Custom Coated-Coil USB cable, which looks great.

The Mic

The Audio Technica AT2020 is phenomenal. I receive a ton of compliments on the quality of the sound when I'm on calls with people. Can you buy a higher-end mic? For sure. For practical purposes, I don't think you need to. It's paired with a Focusrite Scarlett Solo (3rd Gen) USB Audio Interface.

The Cans

My primary headphones are the Massdrop Sennheiser X Massdrop HD 6XXs, which are open-back. They're great for acheiving that airy soundstage. Open-back headphones, however, leak noise into the mic, causing echos. So for taking calls, I switch to the Sony MDR7506's which are super solid.

The Cans

My primary headphones are the Massdrop Sennheiser X Massdrop HD 6XXs, which are open-back. They're great for acheiving that airy soundstage. Open-back headphones, however, leak noise into the mic, causing echos. So for taking calls, I switch to the Sony MDR7506's which are super solid.