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Lewitt MTP 740 CM

Availability: In stock

Only 5 left

£400.00

Quick Overview

The MTP 740 CM uses a true 1" condenser capsule - the same technology used in our studio microphones. This results in natural, authentic sound with first-class transient response. The MTP 740 CM is built for vocal performance both onstage and in the studio. As a straightforward vocal performance microphone it features a cardioid polar pattern that ensures effective rear sound rejection in both live and studio.


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Lewitt MTP 740 CM

Studio technology on stage

The MTP 740 CM uses a true 1" condenser capsule - the same technology used in our studio microphones. This results in natural, authentic sound with first-class transient response. The MTP 740 CM is built for vocal performance both onstage and in the studio. As a straightforward vocal performance microphone it features a cardioid polar pattern that ensures effective rear sound rejection in both live and studio.Thanks to our advanced suspension technology, in which the capsule and electronics are fully rubber-cushioned, the MTP 740 CM is shock-resistant and offers highly effective structure-borne noise elimination. With its two step pre-attenuation and switchable low-cut setting it can be adjusted to a variety of vocal requirements and recording situations. In short: the MTP 740 CM has everything onboard for the most demanding live and studio vocal performances and recordings. Pure large-diaphragm studio condenser sound and features onstage - onstage feeling in the studio !

Features

  • Uncompromising large-diaphragm studio condenser sound for stage performances
  • 3 micron thin gold layered Mylar diaphragm
  • Cardioid polar pattern for clean live sound and effective rear rejection
  • Integrated acoustic pop and windshield for excellent protection without compromising high-frequency clarity
  • Highly shock-resistant and effective structure-born noise elimination thanks to advanced suspension technology
  • Rock-solid, full-metal die-cast body for rough daily touring routines
  • Hardened spring steel mesh grille to prevent wear and abuse
  • Superior dynamic range of 140 dB (A), exceptionally low self-noise of 15 dB (A)
  • SPL max of 165 dB (A) for 0,5 % THD
  • 2-step attenuation, 2-position low-cut
  • Illuminated setting indication for quick and easy handling in dark environments
  • Recessed slide switches prevent unintended changes to settings

Specifications

Acoustical operating principle Pressure gradient transducer, externally polarized
Transducer Ø 25.4 mm, 1 in
Polar pattern cardioid
Frequency Range 20 ... 20.000 Hz
Sensitivity 9 mV / Pa (-41 dBV), cardioid
Signal to Noise Ratio 79 dB (A)
Equivalent Noise Level 14 dB (A), cardioid
Dynamic range of mic.amp 138 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation
Pre-attenuation pad -10 dB
Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD 153 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation
163 dB, 10 dB pre-attenuation
Low-Cut Filter 80 Hz (6 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 51 dia. x 183 mm, 2 dia. x 7.2 inch
Microphone net weight 332 g / 11.71 oz

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UPC-A:
8 47986 00135 1
EAN-13:
0 847986 001351

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