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Lewitt LCT 340
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Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule)

Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule)

Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule) Details

The Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule) is a 0.8-inch externally polarized condenser microphone that excels at capturing acoustic and percussion instruments, drums and vocals, and is perfectly suited for sophisticated live and studio applications. Two interchangeable capsules allow for quick and easy switching of patterns, ensuring greater flexibility while maintaining a beautifully detailed sound reproduction.

The LCT 340 is equipped with four-position low-cut filter and pre-attenuation slide switches, dual-color LED indicators and a convenient snap closure. It offers a dynamic range of 124 dB and stands out for its extremely low self-noise level of 15 dB. Last but not least, its transformerless output makes this ruggedly designed pro-mic resistant to electrical interference and a first-class pick for true sound enthusiasts.

Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule) Features

  • Interchangeable capsules for cardioid and omni-directional pattern selection
  • 0.8-inch small-diaphragm capsule for precise, characteristic sound
  • Dynamic range of 124 dB and extremely low self-noise level of 15 dB
  • LED display for quick visual indication
  • Immune to electromagnetic interference thanks to transformerless output stage
  • Rugged black die-cast body ensures long life
  • Hexagonal steel-mesh grille with ruthenium-galvanized finish (black)
  • Gold-plated 3-pin XLR output connector
  • Comes in a cardboard box with foam layers; includes DTP 40 Mts shock mount, LCT 40 Ws windshield, DTP 40 Lb leather bag and an optional omni-directional true condenser transducer

Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule) Applications

  • Studio applications
  • Percussions
  • Live sound
  • Acoustic instruments
  • Ensemble recording
  • A/B and X/Y stereo miking

Lewitt LCT 340 Reference Class Condenser Microphone (Dual Capsule) Specifications

  • Acoustical operating principle: Pressure & pressure gradient transducers, externally polarized
  • Transducer ?: 20,32 mm, 0,8 inch
  • Directional pattern: Cardioid, Omni
  • Frequency range: 20 ? 20.000 Hz
  • Sensitivity
    • 9 mV / Pa (-41 dBV), cardioid
    • 8 mV / Pa (-42 dBV), omni
  • Signal / noise ratio: 79 dB-A
  • Equivalent noise level
    • 15 dB-A, cardioid (IEC 61672-1)
    • 16 dB-A, omni (IEC 61672-1)
  • Dynamic range of mic. Amp.: 124 dB-A
  • Max. SPL for 0,5 % THD
    • 139 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation
    • 145 dB, 6 dB pre-attenuation
    • 151 dB, 12 dB pre-attenuation
    • 157 dB, 18 dB pre-attenuation
  • Pre-attenuation pad: 6 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, switchable
  • Bass cut filter slope
    • 12 dB / octave at 40 Hz
    • 6 dB / octave at 150 Hz
    • 6 dB / octave at 300 Hz
  • Rated impedance: <150 ohms
  • Rated load impedance: >1.000 ohms
  • Supply voltage: 48 V +/- 4 V (IEC 61938)
  • Current consumption: 6,6 mA (IEC 61938)
  • Connector: gold plated 3-pin XLR
  • Dimension: ? 24 dia. X 160 mm, ? 0,94 dia. X 6,3 inch
  • Net weight: 200 g, 7,05 oz

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Great mics March 11, 2015
Reviewer: Nicholas Homa from antioch, TN United States  
I picked up a pair of these to use for acoustic guitars and I was blown away. I ended up selling my 414 pair and using these instead. I just liked the acoustic layer these created in the mix. Now If you were recording solo acoustic instrumental, I would use a LDC, but when you need the guitar to be detailed and in the background, these mics serve as a great tool.

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