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LEWITT Launches LCT 441 FLEX at NAMM

The LCT 441 FLEX, a 1″ multi-pattern studio microphone, puts top-of-the-line technology in a compact housing.

Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2018)—At its NAMM Show booth (#11110) in Hall A, Austrian microphone manufacturer LEWITT will be showing the LCT 441 FLEX and LCT 540 SUBZERO mics, as well as the rest of its range of microphones.

The LCT 441 FLEX, a 1″ multi-pattern studio microphone, which is said to share the feel and sound of the company’s LCT 440 PURE. The 1″ true condenser microphone features eight polar patterns to choose from, including three reverse polar patterns intended to provide flexibility without moving the mic. The package, which will retail for $399 U.S., includes shock mount and magnetic pop filter.

Also at LEWITT’s NAMM booth will be the LCT 540 SUBZERO, a cardioid studio microphone. Developed in collaboration with audio producers and engineers, the mic began shipping late in 2017. According to the company, the mic offers a lively, close-to-the-source character with no self-noise.