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Lewitt LCT 550

Availability: In stock

Only 5 left

£699.00

Quick Overview

The LCT 550 is the first and only large-diaphragm studio microphone ever to achieve 0 dB (A) self-noise*. It captures even extremely weak signals with great precision and detail. Our precision-engineered capsule captures every nuance of your voice or instrument in a musical way; with unparalleled depth and clarity. Perfect Match technology involves precise calibration of the capsule and electronics so that any two microphones will form a matched pair.


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Lewitt LCT 550 large-diaphragm studio microphone

More capsule - more sound

The LCT 550 is the first and only large-diaphragm studio microphone ever to achieve 0 dB (A) self-noise*. It captures even extremely weak signals with great precision and detail. Our precision-engineered capsule captures every nuance of your voice or instrument in a musical way; with unparalleled depth and clarity. Perfect Match technology involves precise calibration of the capsule and electronics so that any two microphones will form a matched pair. These characteristics make the LCT 550 a perfect match for stereo and surround applications. The LCT 550 offers Clipping History, Automatic Attenuation, three pre-attenuation settings and three low-cut filter settings. Engineered in Austria with sophisticated technology, for clear, modern sound, all combined in a sturdy enclosure.

* 0 dB (A) electronics only, 3 dB (A) according to IEC 60268-1 due to Brownian motion

Features

  • A perfect match – highly precise calibration of capsule and electronics means that any two microphones from this series will always form a matched pair at +/- 0 dB
  • Precise transient response thanks to the 3-micron-thin, gold-layered, low-mass, 1-inch Mylar diaphragm
  • Extraordinary sensitivity: capture even extremely weak signals with great precision and detail
  • Cardioid polar pattern for effective rear sound rejection
  • 0 dB (A) self-noise from electronics and circuitry*
  • 140 dB dynamic range Max. SPL of 155 dB (A)
  • Immune to electromagnetic interference thanks to transformerless preamplifier circuitry
  • Illuminated user interface for quick and easy handling in dark environments
  • Noiseless pushbuttons for attenuation and low-cut selection
  • Automatic Attenuation and Clipping History mode
  • Rugged zinc die-cast body Internal shock mount for maximum reduction of structure borne noise
  • Corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3-pin XLR output connector

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
Frequency Range 20 ... 20.000 Hz
Sensitivity 36 mV / Pa (-29 dBV)
Mic Enclosure Zinc die cast
Signal to Noise Ratio 91 dB (A)
Equivalent Noise Level 0 dB (A), cardioid
Dynamic range of mic. amp. 140 dB (A)
Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD 143 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation
Pre-attenuation pad

-6 dB
-12 dB

Low-Cut Filter 80 Hz (12 dB/oct)
Rated impedance < 150 Ω
Rated load impedance > 1.000 Ω
Supply voltage 48 V+/- 4 V
Current consumption 5.5 mA
Output Connectors Gold plated 3-pin XLR
Microphone dimensions 158 x 52 x 36 mm, 6.22 x 2.04 x 1.42 in
Microphone net weight 425 g / 14.9 oz

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lct 450
UPC-A:
8 47986 00130 6
EAN-13:
0 847986 001306

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Lewitt Lct 450

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