Lewitt MTP 740 CM Microphone

$499.00

1" STUDIO CAPSULE ONSTAGE

The best of both worlds

The MTP 740 CM employs a large-diaphragm studio capsule to provide natural and authentic sound. Its ultra-thin, gold-layered 1" diaphragm delivers first-class transient response. Unique suspension technology provides high degree of shock-resistance and effectively eliminates structure-borne noise.  

True 1" condenser capsule

Using the same technology as our top of the line studio microphones the MTP 740 CM boasts a huge dynamic range. Its high sensitivity and exceptionally low self-noise come thanks to our patented Direct Coupling circuit design. 

  • 1" true condenser capsule
  • 4-micron Mylar diaphragm 
  • Cardioid polar pattern

Feedback-proof

Like all mics from MTP series the MTP 740 CM has an amazingly consistent polar pattern across its entire frequency spectrum. Everything below the LEWITT ring can be gripped by the artist's hand without causing the FOH engineer to lift even a single finger. The outstanding rear rejection of -25 dB guarantees super-high gain before feedback.

Let there be light - illuminated interface

All settings from low-cut to pre-attenuation are easily readable in dark environments thanks to the illuminated user interface. This feature comes in handy especially for line checks, helping you avoid unnecessary fumbling in the dark.  

Maximum ruggedness for rough daily touring routines

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.

Low-cut and attenuation

Adapt to every situation

Low-cut: linear, 80 Hz
Attenuation: 0 dB, -10 dB

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.