Besides this addition to the Lewitt range, at NAMM 2018, you will be able to get your hands on the recently released LCT 540 SUBZERO, a cardioid studio microphone that is - as has been proven - better than human hearing, referring to its specs. 2017 was a successful and busy year for Lewitt. The award-winning LCT 440 PURE holds what it promises; Warren Huart recently chose it over his vintage U47 without even knowing its price tag. And the LCT 240 PRO lets its increasing sales numbers speak for themselves.
LCT 441 FLEX - PURE sound from every perspective
With the LCT 441 FLEX, Lewitt announces a PURE sounding multi-pattern studio microphone. Both its feel and sound resemble the highly acclaimed LCT 440 PURE. As with most other Lewitt microphones, a little twist was added. The 1″ true condenser microphone features eight polar patterns to choose from, including three reverse polar patterns that allow for higher flexibility without moving the mic – a nice invite to experiment. The package includes shock mount and magnetic pop filter and will be available for an affordable $399 USD minimum advertised price.
LCT 540 SUBZERO - Better than human hearing
In late 2017, Lewitt released the LCT 540 SUBZERO; an ultra-low self-noise microphone developed in close cooperation with world-renowned producers and audio engineers with outstanding specs and modern, crystal-clear sound. Its most noticeable strengths are the profound depth and absolute precision leading to a lively, close-to-the-source character – and literally no audible self-noise. Because of the sophisticated Subzero Self-Noise Circuit Design, this microphone can pick up the subtlest details in vocals or instruments, an almost inaudible whispering can be pushed up and sound crystal clear.
Lewitt will show these these microphones, all available for testing, at the NAMM Show 2019 in Hall A at Booth #11110.
More about the LCT 441 FLEX.
More about the LCT 540 SUBZERO.
More about the LCT 440 PURE.
More about the LCT 240 PRO.