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The LCT 640 TS Dual-Output-Mode Condenser Microphone from Lewitt is a large-diaphragm condenser microphone with five polar patterns. It is designed so that the front and back diaphragm have outputs with different circuitries, but in single-output mode features omni, wide cardioid, cardioid, supercardioid, and figure-8 polar patterns for use in the recording process.
Set to dual-output mode, the microphone allows you to record Mid-Side stereo with one LCT 640 TS microphone, which is usually only possible with two microphones. Other features include Lewitt's Polarizer plug-in to tweak the material already recorded in your DAW. Clipping history, four low-cut and pre-attenuation settings round off the features of the LCT 640 TS microphone.
Revolutionary Dual-Output Mode
The LCT 640 TS provides the signal of the front and the back capsule separately. In addition to your standard XLR cable, plug in the included mini 3-pin XLR and experience all the possibilities of this true next-gen microphone. Use both outputs to capture the whole session instead of committing to a single source
After recording with the LCT 640 TS, use our plug-in to change the pattern. Jump back and tweak your material
Standard Multi-Pattern Mode
Plug in a standard 3-pin XLR cable and you have a large-diaphragm multi-pattern condenser mic featuring the following polar patterns: Omni, wide cardioid, cardioid, supercardioid, and figure-8
Magnetic Pop Filter
The filter hides nothing and captures everything except plosives and hisses. This efficient magnetic pop filter will reduce pops and hisses without covering 2/3 of your vocal artist's face. It is a subtle and convenient way to get the most out of every single recording
MS Stereo with One LCT 640 TS
Definitely. Usually, mid-side stereophony can only be done with two microphones. But now it is easier to use one LCT 640 TS. Just point the side of the microphone to the signal source and record both outputs on a stereo track in your DAW. Change the panorama for both signals to adjust the stereo width
Perfect Match Technology
Any two LCT 640 TS microphones will always form a matched pair. Add another one and you will get a "matched triplet," and so on. Every single LCT 640 TS undergoes a series of measurements followed by adjustment of the polarization voltage to achieve exactly the same sensitivity in every microphone
Low-Cut and Attenuation
The mic enables you to adapt to every situation.
Low-cut: Linear, 40, 80, and 160 Hz
Attenuation: 0, -6, -12, and -18 dB