Lewitt DGT 650 USB Microphone
The LEWITT DGT 650 is a stereo USB recording solution and interface for PC, Mac and iOS devices in one single package. It features four recording modes: XY Stereo, Vocal & Instruments mode (cardioid pattern), Singer-Songwriter mode combines an acoustic and a line source – like vocals and guitar – recorded on separate tracks and Stereo Line In mode (for capturing a stereo line signal like a synthesizer or a mixing board's stereo output). MIDI input is also available in all four modes. The DGT 650 features 24 bit / 96 kHz, 110 dB dynamic range, and two-step pre-attenuation and low-cut filtering. With asynchronous USB transfer, support for OS X Core Audio and ASIO for Windows, the option to crossfade between zero-latency direct and minimum-latency tape return monitoring and a built-in high impedance amplifier for studio headphones in one single device, you will be equipped to handle a wide range of possible applications: recording vocals, instruments and live acts wherever you go, stereo miking, field recording, podcasts, YouTube productions, you name it. The DGT 650 is your mobile recording studio – take it everywhere! Features The four recording modes - All modes feature MIDI input
• Stereo: 90-degree XY stereophony
• Vocal & Instruments: cardioid polar pattern
• Singer / Songwriter: cardioid polar pattern & Hi-Z mono line-in
• Stereo line in
Professional mobile guitar recording
Our breakout box features a dedicated Hi-Z instrument input that enables you to connect your guitar or bass guitar directly to your DGT 650. Record your licks wherever you are.
How does it sound?
We have recorded Schubert's String Quartet No. 14 in D minor using 3 different microphone setups.
Which one is your favorite?
• Microphone setup 1: DGT 650 - stereo mode
• Microphone setup 2: iPhone built-in microphone
• Microphone setup 3: 2 LCT 550 in XY-Stereo
Artists: Aron Quartet
Location: Vienna, Austria
Stereo recording - Capture everything
The DGT 650 is perfect for recording concerts, rehearsals, live-sets, acoustic sessions, choirs, nature, etc.
Life happens in stereo! - Stereo line in
Use the DGT 650 as a two-channel recording interface. Record your synthesizer, mixing console, or any other audio device. Be creative – stay mobile.
Professional recording demands proper monitoring functionality. Blend between zero-latency direct- and playback monitoring. This is essential to achieve the best possible performance using your mobile device.
Powerful headphone amp - Never run out of headroom
With our powerful 180 mW headphone amp, you can easily drive any set of studio headphones so that you will hear every signal loud and clear during production.
The DGT 650 is the perfect companion for the professional singer songwriter who wants to record vocals and instrument at once, but on separate tracks. The flash of inspiration can hit you anywhere- capture your ideas in the moment they come!
Use your MIDI device to control your favorite software synthesizers and drum machines. Start composing – and keep your beat.
Low-cut and attenuation - Adapt to every situation
• Low-cut: linear, 80 Hz, 160 Hz
• Attenuation: 0 dB, -10 dB, -20 dB
• 24 bit / 96 kHz high-end AD/DA converter
• 110 dB dynamic range
• 135 dB SPL max
• Super-low-noise pre-amps
• Hi-Z instrument input
• MIDI input
• Powerful built-in headphone amp
• 3 low-cut and attenuation settings
• Asynchronous USB transfer
• Built-in Li-Ion battery for >3h recording
• Micro USB charging port
The DGT 650 includes the best professional iOS Recording App - Lewitt Recorder
• Unlock Pro-version when connected to your DGT 650
|Polar Pattern (Direction)||
|Frequency Response||20 - 20,000 Hz|
|Wired / Wireless||Wired|
|Connectors||1 x USB|
|Including Shock Mount||No|
|Including Pop Shield||Yes|
|Including Mic Clip||No|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
- Scan Computers International Limited
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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