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Lewitt MTP 940 CM

Small diaphragm condenser microphone from Lewitt belonging to the MTP series.

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Lewitt will introduce at NAMM 2013 two new MTP Series stage microphones, the condenser MTP 940 CM and the dynamic MTP 840 DM.

MTP 940 CM Features:

  • 1-inch externally biased, dual-system capsule with ultra-thin, gold-layered low-mass diaphragms
  • Three polar patterns: cardioid, wide cardioid, supercardioid
  • Dynamic range of 135 dB-A
  • Frequency range : 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Self-noise: 9 dB-A
  • 3-position switchable pre-attenuation pad (0 dB, 6 dB, and 12 dB)
  • Max SPL : 144 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation / 150 dB, 6 dB pre-attenuation
  •  / 156 dB, 12 dB pre-attenuation
  • 3-position switchable high-pass filter :12dB/octave at 100Hz, 6dB/octave at 250Hz
  • Illuminated indication of microphone settings (can be switched off)
  • Recessed slide switches prevent unintended change of settings
  • Integrated acoustic pop and windshield
  • Full-metal die-cast body
  • Hardened steel mesh grille
  • Corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3-pin XLR output connector
  • Comes in a cardboard box including MTP 40 MCs shock mount and DTP 40 Lb artificial leather bag

MTP 840 DM specifications:

  • Proprietary dynamic capsule
  • Supercardioid pickup pattern
  • Passive and active modes
  • Frequency range: 40Hz - 18kHz
  • Dynamic range: 141dB-A (passive mode) / 120dB-A (active mode)
  • 3-position switchable amplification (0 dB, 6 dB, and 12 dB)
  • 3-position switchable high-pass filter: 12 dB / octave at 100 Hz / 6 dB / octave at 250 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 2,5 mV / Pa (-52 dBV), passive mode / 5 mV / Pa (-46 dBV), active mode
  • / 10 mV / Pa (-40 dBV), active mode 
  • Max SPL : 129 dB, 0 dB gain / 135 dB, 6 dB gain /  156 dB, 12 dB gain
  • Illuminated indication of microphone settings (can be switched off)
  • Recessed slide switches prevent unintended change of settings
  • Integrated acoustic pop and windshield
  • Metal, die-cast body
  • Steel mesh grille
  • Corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3-pin XLR output connector
  • Comes in a cardboard box including MTP 40 MCs shock mount and DTP 40 Lb artificial leather bag
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