The goal of my streaming setup has always been simplicity.
I capture audio and video primarily through my workstation.
If I would like to move around, I typically use my iPhone 8 Plus. I previously had a Google Pixel 3 XL sending data to an RTMP server in the cloud, but it was stolen along with the rest of my mobile gear in San Diego, following TwitchCon 2019.
My gaming and fitness streams are captured through my workstation, which lives in my home gym.
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
CPU: AMD FX-8320E (Amazon.com)
CPU HSF: Noctua NH-D15 (Amazon.com)
GPU: Zotac GTX 750 Zone Edition (Amazon.com)
Capture Card: AVerMedia Live Gamer HD (Amazon.com)
Motherboard: ASRock 970 Extreme4 AM3+ AMD970
Memory: 8GB (4*2GB) G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR3-1600 7-8-7-24 1.60V F3-12800CL7D-4GBRM
Case: ThermalTake Core P3 (Amazon.com)
PSU: Corsair CS450M 450W 80PLUS Gold, Modular (Amazon.com)
Keyboard: CTRL mechanical keyboard with Halo True switches
Received in the $5000 ultimate bounty box (Drop)
Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Core
An excellent mousing product that carries on the Logitech MX500 legacy.
Trackpad: Apple Magic Trackpad
I began using my Apple Magic Trackpad (Discontinued) instead of my mouse after listening back over my broadcasts
USB Switch: Plugable USB 2.0 Switch
This switch allows me to move my peripherals between my workstation and another device (read: XIM or my laptop) at the push of a button (Amazon.com). Invaluable for switching peripherals between machines, though there are now USB 3.0 models available.
Audio Interface: MOTU M2
The MOTU M2 (MSRP $169.95, Amazon.com, MOTU) is my first audio interface
Microphone: RØDE Procaster
The RØDE Procaster (MSRP $229, Amazon.com) is my first XLR microphone, and my first dynamic microphone. I switched to it from my first studio microphone, an Audio-Technica AT-2020 USB.