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Take it to the next level.

Condenser microphone with high-performance capsule and cardioid pattern for all applications. 


Works great for every sound source.

"Giant leaps instead of small steps" was the tagline for developing our LCT 240 PRO, a surprisingly versatile cardioid condenser microphone for everyone who’s eager to take the next step in professional recording. All applications can be covered thanks to its highly nuanced and transparent sound.

LCT 240 PRO vocals

“Great first condenser mic for beginners and project studios”


“​​​​​​​A tight, bold, and mid-forward mic with an open top end”​​​​​​​


“​​​​​​​Now there really is a LEWITT mic for everyone”​​​​​​​



LCT 240 PRO black and white detail

Condenser technology

Condenser microphones are much more sensitive to sound than dynamic microphones. The LCT 240 PRO enables clean, modern, and detailed recordings. It boosts the airy frequencies for intimate and direct sounding vocal recordings.


Artist: Casey Abrams
Studio: Sound Factory Hollywood
Recording chain: Microphones on Latchlake Audio King 2200 stand using Klotz 20’ XLR microphone cable to Custom A.P.I. Console with Flying Faders® automation (36 x 16 x 38) converter: Avid 192 to ProTools 11 HDX
Engineers: Gabriel Angerstein

LCT 240 PRO in black and white

Fantastic sound - on all sound sources

For the LCT 240 PRO we have set ourselves the goal to design a microphone that delivers great sound for a wide range of applications. Use it to record vocals, acoustic instruments, amplifiers, drums, piano and many more - whatever you record, you will accomplish professional results; fast and uncomplicated.

Casey singing into the LCT 240 PRO

Handles even the highest sound pressure levels

Whether you want to record your tube amp at high volumes, drums, saxophone or other instruments that produce high sound pressure levels - with the LCT 240 PRO you are always on the safe side. It can handle ear-shattering sound pressure levels and is able to reproduce every sound source in a clear and precise way at any volume. 

LCT 240 PRO being used to record a guitar amplifier

Sound samples

LCT 240 PRO piano

What's in the box

Use the included clip to attach your LCT 240 PRO to your microphone stand easily. Time to give your microphone a break? Are you on the go? Use the leatherette bag to protect your mic from dust and scratches. The windshield comes in handy for outdoor gigs, vocal recordings, or simply to protect the capsule from moisture. 

LCT 240 PRO packaging

Future Music Magazine

“The LCT 240 PRO appears to have made the LCT 240 more affordable by removing the least essential parts (onboard controls), leaving a quality condenser mic for the studio and beyond. It performs well in the jack- of-all-trades role and easily holds its own against the models I’ve tried in this price range; the build quality could be the clincher.”

Recording Magazine

“Ultimately the LCT 240 PRO is a great first condenser mic for beginners and project studios, as well as a nice utility mic well suited to most tasks. That would be true at a much higher price than it costs. Now there really is a LEWITT mic for everyone!”

Guitar Interactive Magazine

“In use, the LCT 240 PRO does what it’s intended to do – it seems to work on just about everything with a slightly bright but smooth sound.”

User review

“The LCT 240 PRO is a fantastic entry level microphone. It works well on many sources, excels on acoustic guitar and is built as microphones costing several times the price.”

Andrea Rocca on Gearslutz

User review

“I love this mic! I was looking to expand my home studio considering I had been producing music for seven years. I was recommended by an engineer to purchase this mic considering the tone of my voice. I produced and recorded a song hook and posted it on my SoundCloud and people have fallen in love! Mind you I have never recorded myself before and this takes me one step closer to my dream to inspire with my music! I am thoroughly satisfied! You'll love this microphone!”

James Shumpert on B&H

User review

“As a drum overhead and a guitar cab mic, it's absolutely brilliant. There's some great clarity, and it doesn't feel brittle. I'd be more than happy to use it in a professional context. Overall, I think the LCT 240 PRO is well worth a purchase. I'm really impressed by how versatile it is considering its price tag.”

Chris Milnes

Upgrade your mic ...

... with shock mount and magnetic pop filter.

A shock mount reduces structure-borne noise to a minimum and a magnetic pop-filter that integrates perfectly with the design of the microphone. This magnetic pop filter will efficiently reduce pops and hisses without covering 2/3rds of your vocal artist's face. The most subtle and convenient way of getting the most out of every single recording.

LCT 240 PRO optional accessories


Take it to the next level.

The LCT 240 PRO is an extremely versatile cardioid condenser microphone designed for everyone who’s eager to take the next step in professional recording. Equipped with a high-performance condenser capsule it enables clean, modern, and detailed recordings. To accomplish an intimate and direct sound, especially on vocals, we have added a boost for the airy frequencies. The sturdy, compact and streamlined housing comes in chilly white and classic black. Be prepared for fantastic results on vocals, acoustic instruments, amplifiers, drums, piano, … -  at home, in the studio, and on stage - fast and uncomplicated.



Condenser, permanently polarized

Acoustical operating principle

Pressure gradient transducer

Transducer Ø

17 mm, 0.67 in

Polar pattern



16.7 mV/Pa, -35.5 dBV/Pa

Equivalent noise level

19 dB (A)

Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD

142 dBSPL

Dynamic range

123 dB (A)

Internal impedance

100 Ω

Rated load impedance

1,000 Ω

Supply voltage

48 V ± 4 V

Current consumption

3.1 mA 


Gold plated 3-pin XLR

Microphone dimensions

138 x 52 x 36 mm, 5.43 x 2.04 x 1.42 inch

Microphone net weight

310 g, 10.9 oz

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Microphones measured according to: IEC 60268-4
Phantom power according to: IEC 61938
Noise measurement according to: IEC 60268-1