LCT 340 in shock mount

LCT 340

Beautifully clear - Perfectly honest

Professional multipurpose pencil microphone for clean and airy sound. Interchangeable capsules for maximum versatility.

HIGH FLEXIBILITY

Maximum durability

Our LCT 340 is a 0.8" externally polarized condenser microphone that excels in capturing acoustic and percussion instruments. It is perfectly suited for sophisticated live and studio applications. Two interchangeable capsules allow for quick and easy switching of patterns, which means greater flexibility without changing microphones. Its rugged black die-cast full-metal body ensures long durability.

LCT 340 product shot

Interchangeable capsules

Our LCT 340 comes with a cardioid capsule - get the optional omni capsule to max out versatility.

LCT 340 interchangeable capsules
LCT 340 interchangeable capsules

Our LCT 340 comes with a cardioid capsule - get the optional omni capsule to max out versatility.

Low-cut and attenuation

Adapt to every situation

Low-cut: linear, 40 Hz, 150 Hz, 300 Hz
Attenuation: 0 dB, -6 dB, -12 dB, -18 dB

LCT 340 pre-attenuation settings
LCT 340 pre-attenuation settings

Low-cut: linear, 40 Hz, 150 Hz, 300 Hz
Attenuation: 0 dB, -6 dB, -12 dB, -18 dB

Illuminated user interface

The illumination of the user interface makes possible quick and accurate setup of the microphone. 

LCT 340 illuminated user interface
LCT 340 illuminated user interface

The illumination of the user interface makes possible quick and accurate setup of the microphone. 

LCT 340 recording acoustic guitar

Sound samples

"If you need your instruments to cut through the mix, you can trust the LCT 340."

Fela Davis

Fela Davis is a front of house and monitor engineer. She's mixing for the 3-time Grammy award winning jazz artist Christian McBride and many more.

Fela Davis with her professional multipurpose pencil microphone LCT 340

"There is no harshness in the high end. It’s a true clear sound."

Gino Scarim

Gino Scarim is a sound engineer and tour manager and owns Red Door Recording Studio. Gino worked for Plain White T’s, Tilly and the Wall, The Amity Affliction, ...

Gino Scarim with his professional condenser pencil microphone

"Iʼm sure this microphone will be with me for life."

Bryant Siono

Bryant Siono is a producer, musician, composer and worked with artists like Prince, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Jennifer Lopez,...

Bryant Siono with his professional multipurpose pencil microphone LCT 340
Packshot of LCT 340

LCT 340

Beautifully clear - Perfectly honest

The LCT 340 is a 0.8-inch externally polarized condenser microphone that excels in capturing acoustic and percussion instruments. It is perfectly suited for sophisticated live and studio applications. Two interchangeable capsules allow for quick and easy switching of patterns, which means greater flexibility without changing microphones. The LCT 340 is equipped with a four-position low-cut filter, pre-attenuation slide switches, LED indicators and a secure mount. It offers high dynamic range and stands out for its warm but clear and honest sound - a first-class pick for true sound enthusiasts.

Specifications

Acoustical operating principle

Pressure & pressure gradient transducers, externally polarized

Transducer Ø

20.32 mm, 0.8 in

Polar pattern

Cardioid, Omni

Frequency range

20 ... 20.000 Hz

Sensitivity

9 mV / Pa (-41 dBV)

Signal / noise ratio

79 dB (A)

Equivalent noise level

15 dB (A), cardioid

Dynamic range

124 dB (A)

Max. SPL for 0.5 % THD

139 dB, 0 dB pre-attenuation
145 dB, 6 dB pre-attenuation
151 dB, 12 dB pre-attenuation

Pre-attenuation pad

 0 dB
-6 dB
-12 dB
-18 dB

Low-cut filter

linear 
40 Hz (12 dB/oct)
150 Hz (6 dB/oct)
300 Hz (6 dB/oct)

Rated impedance

< 150 Ω

Rated load impedance

> 1.000 Ω

Supply voltage

48 V +/- 4 V

Current consumption

6.6 mA 

Connector

Gold plated 3-pin XLR

Microphone dimensions

Ø 24 dia. X 160 mm, Ø 0.94 dia. X 6.3 inch

Microphone net weight

200 g / 7.05 oz

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