Two sounds with the flip of a switch.LCT 140 AIR
- Small diaphragm condenser microphone
- Choose between two distinct sound characteristics
- Great for acoustic guitar and drums
- Excellent transient response
- Cardioid polar pattern
Included: Windscreen, Microphone clip, Transport bag
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Listen to the sound sample.
This acoustic guitar was recorded with the LCT 140 AIR at a distance of 30 cm (12 in).
Interface/Preamp: Metric Halo ULN-8
Guitar: Larrivee OM-10
This is an unprocessed audio recording. No EQ or compression added.
Instrument recordings with realistic or sparkling sound.
Do you prefer your instrument sound 100% natural or with some sparkle on top? The LCT 140 AIR can do both. It features two sound characteristics, AIR and FLAT. You can easily switch to the sound that fits your purpose.
AIR adds top-end sparkle, while FLAT reproduces your sound as it is. Try both and capture the performance the way you want.
Two switchable sound characteristics
AIR or FLAT? Record the source the way you want.
AIR delivers an open, sparkling character. The right choice if you need great sound without spending time on post-production. FLAT provides a linear frequency response for “as-it-is” reproduction of drums, strings, acoustic guitars, and choirs. It is perfect if you aim for realistic sonic images. Check out the sound samples and hear for yourself.
Excellent transient response
Capture the natural sound of your instruments.
Transients are the DNA of your instrument's sound. To retain the natural musicality of your instruments, the LCT 140 AIR delivers an excellent transient response. The natural characteristics of cymbals are captured accurately.
In any case, you get a punchy yet warm reproduction of your instrument's unique sound.
Durable and light aluminum housing
It's withstanding and easy to handle.
The LCT 140 AIR is very durable yet lightweight thanks to its CNC'ed aluminum housing. Positioning and setup become easy tasks.
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Condenser, permanently polarized
- Acoustical operating principle
Pressure gradient transducer
- Transducer Ø
17 mm, 0.67 in
3 micron gold sputtered Mylar
- Polar pattern
- Frequency range
20 ... 20,000 Hz
14.6 mV/Pa, -36.7 dBV/Pa
20 dB (A)
- Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD
- Dynamic range
115 dB (A)
- Pre-attenuation pad
- Low-cut filter
80 Hz (12 dB/oct)
- Internal impedance
- Supply voltage
48 V ± 4 V
- Current consumption
Gold plated 3-pin XLR
- Microphone dimensions
24 dia. x 140 mm, 0.9 dia. x 5.5 in
- Microphone net weight
66 g, 2.3 oz
Microphones measured according to: IEC 60268-4 | Phantom power according to: IEC 61938 | Noise measurement according to: IEC 60268-1