Superfocused sound on stage.MTP 840 DM

  • Dynamic vocal microphone
  • Active mode to boost sensitivity
  • Tailored vocal sound
  • Low-cut settings
  • Supercardioid pattern
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Included: Microphone clip, Windscreen, Transport bag


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How does it sound?

LEWITT MTP 840 DM dynamic mic with active mode indoor pets

Your mic to cut through the densest of live mixes.

The MTP 840 DM is a supercardioid handheld performance microphone. Its tailored frequency response ensures that your vocals will cut through every mix. The unique Active Mode boosts sensitivity by up to 12 dB while output impedance stays low.

Refined electronics and superior capsule design make the MTP 840 DM a unique tool for onstage use.

Active mode to boost sensitivity

Give your signal some extra gain.

Boost your signal by up to 12 dB via a phantom-powered amplifier in Active Mode for ear-catching realism and distortion-free sonic depth.


Tailored vocal sound

Plug in and rock. No EQ required.

We tailored the frequency response to make your vocals cut through even the densest mix, with great presence and clarity.

Plus, you do not require an EQ to be heard. Just plug it in and perform.

LEWITT MTP 840 DM capsule mobile
LEWITT MTP 840 DM capsule

Low-cut settings

Improve clarity.

Remove the mesh, and you'll find switches to activate a low-cut at 150 Hz or 250 Hz to reduce structure-borne noise. You can tame the proximity effect and adapt the mic to your individual preference.

Supercardioid polar pattern mobile
Supercardioid polar pattern mobile

Supercardioid polar pattern

Be fully protected against feedback.

The supercardioid polar pattern allows for high gain before feedback and guarantees maximum isolation of your voice - side and rear sounds are effectively rejected.

Jeff Waters with LEWITT MTP 840 DM

Jeff Waters


“The MTP 840 DM doesn't require any EQ from the FOH engineer. You plug it in and you're ready to go.”

Jeff Waters is a Canadian guitarist and the founder of thrash metal band Annihilator. 

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Dynamic, moving coil

Acoustical operating principle

Pressure gradient transducer

Polar pattern



3.5 mV/Pa, -49 dBV/Pa

Signal / noise ratio

75 dB (A)


19 dB (A)

Dynamic range, passive mode

135 dB

Dynamic range, active mode

121 dB, 0 dB gain
115 dB, 6 dB gain
109 dB, 12 dB gain

Gain settings, active mode

0 dB, 6 dB, 12 dB

Low-cut filter

150 Hz (12 dB/oct)
250 Hz (12 dB/oct)

Internal impedance

600 Ω

Supply voltage

48 V ± 4 V

Current consumption

5.5 mA 


Gold plated 3-pin XLR

Microphone dimensions

51 dia. x 183 mm, 2 dia. x 7.2 in

Microphone net weight

336 g, 11.85 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

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