The perfect entry for every stage
As a professional vocal artist, you should have your own performance microphone. Honestly. Every FOH engineer will second that. Besides which, you never know who used your mic before, or how! The MTP 250 DM is the first choice dynamic handheld microphone for ambitious singers. The MTP 250 DM focuses on the main qualities of a professional handheld performance microphone – high gain before feedback, detailed, rich and modern sound, easy handling and ruggedness.
The MTP 250 DM' capsule is fully rubber-mounted, ensuring exceptionally low handling noise. A built-in spherical wind shield and pop filter compliments the specially tailored frequency response to provide rich and powerful output in any setting. The MTP 250 DM delivers beautiful and detailed sound with a nice and rich mid-range – you will definitely love calling this microphone your own.
THE AUDIENCE IS LISTENING
Lewitt MTP 250 DM is a dynamic microphone for ambitious vocal performances. The frequency response of the MTP 250 DM capsule is tailored specifically for vocals. It provides consistently rich and powerful output in any live environment, allowing your voice to cut through the mix.
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.
The MTP 250 DM has an amazingly consistent polar pattern across its entire frequency spectrum. Everything below the LEWITT ring can be gripped by the artist's hand. The outstanding rear rejection of -25 dB guarantees super-high gain before feedback.
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.