Vienna, Austria (April 21, 2021)—Austrian microphone manufacturer Lewitt has introduced is latest stereo pair microphones, the LCT 140 AIR stereo pair.
The mics offer two separate sound characteristics, Air and Flat. As might be expected, the Air mode provides an open, ‘sparkling’ character, providing a sense of surroundings, while Flat is said to capture a typical linear frequency response, aiding the creation of ‘authentic’ recordings of drums, strings, acoustic guitars and choirs.
To ensure its pairs are precisely matched, Lewitt measures the frequency response and sensitivity of every microphone it produces. Its measurement system controls the polarization voltage of the capsule to adjust the sensitivity, so it is the same for all LCT 140 AIR. Then, an algorithm compares the measured frequency response of each microphone and finds perfect pairs.
The mics each have a tailored small diaphragm condenser capsule with a cardioid polar pattern. They come with mic clips and a storage bag with two compartments.
“We’re always close to the pulse of the community with our products, so it was only a logical step for us to respond to the numerous voices that have asked for a flexible stereo pair,” commented Roman Perschon, founder and CEO of LEWITT.
Lewitt • www.lewitt-audio.com