Live Stream Equipment Purchase List

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Wireless Video Transmitter

I've never personally used this product. But it had a good rating on Amazon and it costs enough that it should be stable.

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1in 4out Video Splitter

You will need this to split video signals from the computer, to the two monitors + the wireless video transmitter. and you'll need an additional one on the recieving end of your wireless reviever. This will take the wireless transmitter signal and split it out 4 times for each of your 27" monitors. They don't make a 1in 3out, so you might as well

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Wireless Video Transmitters - Option 2

This is a second option for the wireless transmitter. It costs a little more money, but you won't need 1 of the 2 video splitters (1in 4out). I have actually used this company, and they make good products. They also make even cheaper options - I just can't make a recommendation on those.

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Tripod System (72 inch)

Very sturdy tripod with a fluid head. You already have one of these, so you will only need to purchase one more.

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Tripod Dolly Wheels

These wheels attach to your tripod and allow you to easily roll it from area to area.

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30' HDMI Cable

30' HDMI Cable - This has a very thin fiber optic line which is why the price is so high. You can purchase cheaper HDMI cables, but a thin cable puts less tension on the camera's HDMI port.

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50' Ethernet Cable

This is a thin, easy to manage 50' Ethernet cable.

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Rode Microphones Wireless GO II Dual

This is two transmitters and a single receiver. 

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Lavalier GO Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone

These are the Lavalier microphones (Lapel Mics) that are used with the Rode transmitters and receiver.

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Amaran 100x Bi-Color LED Video Light

These are bright Bi-color lights, while maintaining a slim and light profile.

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Neewer 9' Light Stand

This is a 2 pack of nice, semi durable stands. These are on the more affordable side, while still providing adequate support for your lights.

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Godex Softbox

These are used to soften the light. You will need one of these for each of the two lights you purchase.

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2 Pack - 25' Extension Cords (Power)

These are extension cords for primarily lights. If you already have extension cords, you might not need these

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Stream Deck XL

I recommend the XL version of this. It will allow for more space and additions which simplifies the live stream experience.

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15' Thin HDMI Cable

This is for connecting your Camera to the streambox. It's a long (15') thin, easy to manage HDMI Cable. You will want one of these per camera

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3 Pack of 3' HDMI Cables

This is a 3 pack of 3' HDMI cables. You only need 1 cable, but the price is the same as some cables that are in three pack. These are thin HDMI cables, which makes them easier to manage than a traditional HDMI Cable.

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Tripod with Fluid Head (72")

A quality tripod with smooth motion. If you already have a tripod to use, you will not need this. This tripod is 72 Inches and will work for both an interview where the subject is either sitting or sitting.

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Audio-Technica ATH-M20X Professional Studio Monitor Headphones

You can always use your own headphones, and or find any cheap pair. These have a very solid sound quality for the price. They also have the advantage of not being ear buds that people don't want to share. Ear buds are recommended for people traveling, but if the streambox is going to live at a single location, I recommend over the ear headphones.