Lewitt

LCT-540S

Cutting-edge microphone for ultra-detailed sound images


The engineering of this particular piece of cutting-edge audio technology asked for a forward-thinking approach towards capsule and circuit design. As a result, a way of experiencing sound at infinite depth and absolute precision came to life; its name, the LCT 540 S. Get involved with tone and sound in ways unheard and bring your recordings to perfection by capturing all the fine-grained characteristics that constitute each moment of your performance. Rediscover your instrument and voice on a whole new level of musical detail.

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Specifications


Key features

1" true condenser studio microphone with cardioid polar pattern
Developed in close cooperation with world-renowned producers and audio engineers
First and foremost designed to be an outstanding vocal microphone.
Naturally, thanks to its specifications, it is suitable for almost any application.
Subzero self-noise circuit design
Dynamic range of 132 dB, Max SPL of 136 dB
Ultra-resolution sonic images
Excellent transient response
Integrated Clipping Indicator
Automatic Attenuation
Clipping History
Low-cut filters
Pre-attenuations
Box Content Protective case, LCT 40 SHx, LCT 50 PSx, LCT 40 Wx, DTP 40 Lb

Specifications

Acoustical operating principle Pressure gradient transducer, externally polarized
Diaphragm 3 micron gold sputtered Mylar
Transducer Ø 25.4 mm, 1 in
Polar pattern Cardioid
Sensitivity 41 mV/Pa, -28 dBV/Pa
Equivalent noise level 4 dB (A)
Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD 136
Signal / noise ratio 90dB (A)
Dynamic range 132dB (A)
Pre-attenuation pad 0dB, -6dB, -12dB
Low-cut filter linear, 8Hz (6dB/oct), 60Hz (6dB/oct)
Internal impedance 68 ohm
Supply voltage 48V+/-4V
Current consumption 3.6 mA
Mic enclosure Zinc die cast
Connector Gold plated 3-pin XLR
Dimensions 158x52x36 mm
Microphone net weight 371 g, 13.1 oz
Microphones measured according to IEC 60268-4
Phantom power according to IEC 61938
Noise measurement according to IEC 60268-1
Techgraph Low-cut
Linear 80 Hz - 160 Hz
Polar graph frequency 125 Hz-250 Hz-500 Hz-1.000- Hz-2.000 Hz-4.000 Hz-8.000 Hz-16.000 Hz

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