Kiki Kyte using a MTP 350 on stage

MTP 350 CM

Transparency in motion

Professional wired handheld condenser microphone for highly detailed sound.

CAPTURE EVERY NUANCE

Rich details - Maximum precision

The MTP 350 CM provides rich and detailed condenser sound. This models’ tailored frequency response always allows for maximum precision and unsurpassed clarity, taking vocals to the next level. The MTP 350 DMs variant is additionally equipped with an on/off switch.

MTP 350

Rich and detailed sound.

The MTP 350 CM is a condenser vocal microphone with a thin diaphragm condenser capsule. This brings a high level of sonic clarity to your vocal performance.

MTP 350 capsule detail shot
MTP 350 capsule detail shot

Feedback-proof

The MTP 350 DM has an amazingly consistent polar pattern. Even with more than half of the wire mesh cup covered, it will not lose any rear rejection. Everything below the LEWITT ring can be gripped by the artist’s hand of the artist without causing the FOH engineer to lift even a single finger. 

LCT 350 feedback proof

Maximum ruggedness for the daily touring routine

The structure-in-structure architecture provides the basis for the MTP series' ruggedness. The outside enclosure of wire-mesh cup and ring is made of sturdy spring steel while the body consists of durable zinc die cast parts. The inner enclosure is made of resilient but lightweight nylon reinforced ABS. This design ensures the best possible protection for rough daily touring routines.

MTP 350 rugged
MTP 350 rugged

Lowest handling noise

Our internal dual shock mount system achieves the most effective handling noise elimination. Refined rubber suspensions provide the best possible dampening of unwanted structure-borne noise caused by hand-movement. 

MTP hand

Sound samples

"What impresses me the most is the amount of gain and fade I can achieve before feedback!"

Simon Thomas

Simon Thomas is a sound engineer with over 23 years of experience in music industry. He has worked with Sam Smith, Jessie J, Kylie Minogue, BB King, Moby...

Simon Thomas on tour with the LEWITT MTP 350 CM condenser microphone
MTP 350 box content

"The Austrians have delivered yet again with this microphone design. Lewitt have really picked things up with their latest range of hand- held stage microphones and the MTP350CM condenser microphone is leading the charge is most aspects of its design and build." 

Rob Gee, Mixdown Magazine 

MTP 350 CM

Transparency in motion

Are you looking for rich and detailed condenser sound for your stage performance? Our MTP 350 CM and MTP 350 CMs are quality condenser vocal microphones featuring a super-thin diaphragm capsule. This brings a high level of sonic clarity to your vocal performance. There is also a new and improved internal shock-mount, with the capsule fully rubber-mounted to ensure exceptionally low handling noise. A built-in spherical wind and pop filter compliments the specially tailored frequency response to provide consistently rich and powerful output. This means the MTP 350 CM always provides maximum precision and unsurpassed clarity, taking professional vocal amplification to the next level. The switch on the MTP 350 CMs variant prevents accidental operation and unwanted handling noise. The uniform cardioid pickup pattern ensures noise-free transmission, with the main sound source effectively isolated while unwanted feedback and background noise are suppressed. This microphones’ rugged construction, including hardened steel-mesh grille, ensures trouble-free handling on every stage.

Specifications

Type

Condenser, externally polarized

Acoustical operating principle

Pressure gradient transducer

Polar pattern

Cardioid

Frequency range

90 ... 20,000 Hz

Sensitivity

3.1 mV/Pa, -50 dBV/Pa

Equivalent noise level

25 dB (A)

Maximum SPL

141 dB, 1% THD

Internal impedance

200 Ω

Rated load impedance

1,000 Ω

Supply voltage

48 V +/- 4 V

Current consumption

5.3 mA 

Connector

Gold plated 3-pin XLR

Microphone dimensions

49 dia. X 175 mm, 1.9 dia. X 6.9 in

Microphone net weight

330 g, 11.6 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