Lewitt MTP 440 DM

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Dynamic Instrument Microphone

  • Ideal for snare and amps
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Frequency circumference: 60 - 16000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 2.5 mV / PA, -52 DBV / PA
  • Internal resistance: 500 ohms
  • Nominal load impedance: 1000 ohms
  • Gold-coated 3-pin XLR connection
  • Weight: 0.28 kg
  • Includes microphone clip, windshield and transport bag
On/Off Switch No
Polar Pattern Cardioid
available since March 2020
Item number 488750
Microphone Clamp 1
Dynamic Microphone 1
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99 €
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Great dynamic mic for heavy vocals
Trobec Grindcore Bandcamp 19.11.2021
I only used this mic for heavy vocals in recording and in live sessions. Our vocalist loves cupping the mic and when he was using my Shure beta the feedback was just too much to handle.

But that's not the reason that I bought this mic, Glen Fricker (SMG studios on youtube) recommended it, and I'm happy that I took his advice.

With the beta, my screams and growls sound more "black metal" and sound a bit distant, which is great, gives a great atmosphere. But with the lewitt, man, the vocals just hit you in the face. Great for death metal, punchy as hell, cuts right through the mix.

Can't say anything about recording guitars, need to try that out when I have a treated room to do so, but for now, I'm happy with the product.

It also seems sturdy and VERY well built. It's heavy and nothing seems cheap on this mic. It's a great mic, no cons to it.
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Great microphone
Richardtree 28.07.2021
This mic is suppose to be a clone of the legendary SM57 but in truth is quite a competitor.
In my recording experience and owning an SM57 I can say that the Lewitt catches more frequencies on the middle-bass range. The 57 instead more on the middle-high range.
To me this is a great combo.
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WIsh I bought this earlier
BBAUK 27.01.2021
Ran through the pretty much every snare mic(DPA,Shure,Sennheiser,Heil), this is one of the top contenders for me
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Great SM57 alternative
Bathdrummer 31.12.2020
Bought as a snare mic to supplement my SM57. it seems better made and 'beefier' sounding if anything that the Shure! Also sounds great on vocals.
Build quality is superb - this will be my go-to dynamic instrument mic from now on.
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