Lewitt Audio DTP 340 TT Dynamic Snare Tom Drum Microphone

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    Product Description

    Even in high sound pressure level applications, the Lewitt Audio DTP 340 TT Dynamic Snare Tom Drum Microphone reproduces instrumental sounds with sonic detail and character. The super-cardioid polar pattern on the mic ensures that side and rear sounds are effectively rejected. Its rugged body and a hardened steel-mesh grill make this microphone highly durable professional gear for performers and audio engineers.

    The Lewitt DTP 340 TT introduces consistently, high-performing wired dynamic microphones specifically designed to accurately capture the sound of drums and percussion instruments providing a maximum of acoustic presence and clarity in live sound applications.

    Lewitt Audio DTP 340 TT Dynamic Snare Tom Drum Microphone Features:

    • Tailored frequency response for powerful yet smooth and natural sound on percussion instruments
    • Uniform supercardioid pickup pattern ensures high gain before feedback and maximum isolation of the desired sound source
    • Solid full-metal, die-cast body suited for rough daily touring routine
    • Highly durable steel mesh grille to prevent wear and abuse
    • Corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3-pin XLR output connector
    • Comes in a cardboard box with foam layers
    • Includes DTP 40 Mts shock mount, DTP 40 Mt drum mount and DTP 40lb artificial leather bag

    Product Specifications
    Lewitt Audio DTP 340 TT Dynamic Snare Tom Drum Microphone Specifications:

    Acoustical operating principle: dynamic, moving coil
    Directional pattern: super-cardioid
    Frequency range: 40 - 16.000 Hz
    Sensitivity: 1,4 mV / Pa (-57 dBV)
    Rated impedance : < 500 ohms
    Connector: gold plated 3-pin XLR
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