Lewitt Introduces LCT 040 MATCH Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones 

Lewitt has introduced the LCT 040 MATCH, a pair of small diaphragm condenser cardioid microphones designed to deliver an even transient response.

Lewitt said the microphones deliver high performance for recording and studio applications. They retain natural ambience when recording acoustic instruments and can be used to capture audio for guitar, bass, percussion or other instruments.

The microphones are built with an aluminum housing and require 48 volts of phantom power to operate. They are durable, yet light in weight. Each microphone is built with a three-pin gold-plated XLR connector that ensures a reliable connection to a mixer or preamp.

The pair of LCT 040 MATCH microphones include two foam windscreens, two microphone clips and a transport bag with two mic compartments.

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