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LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large- Diaphragm Condenser Microphone - Quick Shipping Available

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AMS-LCT-440-PURE
UPC:
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  • LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large-Diapragm Condenser Microphone - Front
  • LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large-Diapragm Condenser Microphone - Side
  • LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large-Diapragm Condenser Microphone - Back
  • LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large-Diapragm Condenser Microphone - Mic w/ Shockmount
  • LEWITT LCT 440 PURE Large-Diapragm Condenser Microphone - Mic w/ Pop Filter
$269.00
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Description

High-end technology for pure studio sound.

Are you looking for a microphone that makes you sound great? This mic provides that certain something you were always looking for.

You’ll fall in love with its larger-than-life sound and outstanding build quality right away. No doubt, the LCT 440 PURE is a mic for life.

  • 1" true condenser studio microphone
  • Pure studio sound for vocals and instruments
  • High-end specifications
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Included: Shock mountMagnetic pop filterWindscreenTransport bag

Features

Specifications

Type

Condenser, externally polarized

Acoustical operating principle

Pressure gradient transducer

Diaphragm

3 micron gold sputtered Mylar

Transducer Ø

25.4 mm, 1 in

Polar pattern

Cardioid

Sensitivity

27.4 mV/Pa, -31.2 dBV/Pa

Equivalent noise level

7 dB (A)

Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD

140 dBSPL

Signal / noise ratio

87 dB (A)

Dynamic range

133 dB (A)

Supply voltage

48 V ± 4 V

Current consumption

2.63 mA 

Internal impedance

110 Ω

Rated load impedance

1,000 Ω

Connector

Gold plated 3-pin XLR

Mic enclosure

Zinc die cast

Microphone dimensions

138 x 52 x 36 mm, 5.43 x 2.04 x 1.42 in

Microphone net weight

310 g, 10.9 oz

Microphones measured according to: IEC 60268-4 | Phantom power according to: IEC 61938 | Noise measurement according to: IEC 60268-1

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1 Review

  • 5
    solid purchase for drum overheads

    Posted by William on Nov 11th 2020

    I used these mics as drum overheads recently, and I am floored at how good they sound for that application, especially considering the price. After setting up some SDC's and even some very expensive ribbon mics, these $300 mics ended up being just the right choice for the sound we were looking for. Very clean, but not too bright or open sounding. I've used lewitt mics before, was super happy with the results of their other mics, and this cheaper mic of theirs still sounded fantastic for what we were using it for.

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