LEWITT’s LCT 640 is designed to raise the bar in its class of reference-quality large-diaphragm condenser microphones. This Austrian-designed and engineered pro-mic delivers a smooth, unsurpassably rich and exceptionally nuanced sound, and exhibits a remarkable set of qualities that enthuses even the most discerning users. The LCT 640 excels in a variety of demanding studio applications and stands for unrivalled performance in miking lead and background vocals, drums, percussion instruments, grand pianos, brass and woodwinds, classical music ensembles.
In addition to the standard omni-directional, cardioid and figure-8 polar patterns, the LCT 640 offers a wide-cardioid and super-cardioid characteristic. It offers a dynamic range of 135 dB and stands out for its extremely low self-noise of 10 dB. In combination with a 4-level high-pass filter and 4-level switchable pre-attenuation, the LCT 640 provides maximum versatility in all recording situations. Automatic attenuation, key-lock, clipping history, push buttons and a light-up user interface round off the features of this outstanding microphone.
Also the two dual-output Pearl models, ELM-A and TL-44 which I have recently inquired about in another thread... Not that they can compare either to the MKH800 Twin in polar uniformity, though the ways in which they diverge from the normal ideal are intriguing, at least to me.
...engineer :lol: OK enough of what I think. Let's hear what everybody else thinks. Mics Are: Wunder CM7 GS Lewitt LCT 441 FLEX Lewitt LCT 640 Authentica Telefunken TF47 Telefunken TF51 Neumann U67 Reissue Numenann U87 AI Neumann TLM 102
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